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OzTech: Optus switches to 6 mmWave locations; NSW launches unified cybersecurity strategy, expands Park’nPay

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Optus has moved to six mmWave locations

Optus has moved to six 5G millimeter wave (mmWave) commercial sites in Kings Cross, Surry Hills, North Ryde, and its Sydney campuses; Huntingdale, Melbourne; at Strathpine, Brisbane.

Customers cannot take advantage of the service as long as mmWave consumer devices are not available.

The mmWave sites are a result of Optus ’acquisition of 800MHz that many acquired in April 5G species auction.

The NSW government is integrating its cybersecurity strategies

Incorporated by the New South Wales government NSW Cyber ​​Security Strategy and the 2018 NSW Cyber ​​Security Industry Development Strategy, which creates a unified 2021 NSW Cyber ​​Security Strategy.

The sector -wide strategy focuses on four commitments: increasing the NSW government’s cyberresiliency, helping NSW’s cybersecurity businesses grow, enhancing the cybersecurity workforce and its skills, and supporting cybersecurity research and innovation.

Ang new approach promises to establish a NSW Cyber ​​Hub, a range of initiatives to accelerate the growth of cyber businesses in NSW and retain and attract the right talent to address skills gaps.

NSW Park’nPay expands to North Beaches, smart kerbside test begins in Liverpool

The New South Wales government’s Park’nPay app is now available to drivers in the North Beaches. The application, launched in October 2019, allows drivers to use their phones to pay for parking and also top up.

The minister for digital and minister for customer service, Victor Dominello, said there were 56,000 drivers currently using the app. The app helps drivers avoid fines by sending alerts when their meter is low.

The app applies to “many”, but not all, machines and Pay and Display carparks on the beaches and reserves of the peninsula. The app works throughout Liverpool, The Rocks, Burwood, Hunters Hill, Mosman, Central Coast, Port Stephens, Willoughby, and Cumberland, as well as in Park & ​​Ride car parks.

A new feature allows drivers to pay for the time they park rather than paying in advance for using two hours that they might only need 30 minutes.

A $ 1 million investment from the NSW Smart Places Acceleration Fund will see a 12 -month trial of smart kerbside in Liverpool to show in real time where street parking is available. The data collected during the test will help inform future transportation planning. The state government has not announced how drivers could benefit from it, but it could result in “digital parking signs directing drivers to parking spots”.

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