Macquarie University completes OneNet.Wired project

Macquarie University completes OneNet.Wired project

Caps off a $8.5 million investment

Macquarie University will today put the finishing touches on its $8.5 million investment in wireless infrastructure across its Sydney campus.

The OneNet.Wired project will see a 10-fold increase in speed across the network and the capacity to go 100 times faster to the desktop. The project has already resulted in a 75 per cent decrease in operational incidents this year.

The campus' 14,451 wired outlets will benefit from the $8.5 million dollar investment, which was pioneered by 25 staff members over a period of three years.

CIO of the University, Marc Bailey, has documented the project's progress on the University's website and his blog.

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