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Sydney Technology Research opportunities 2010

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Sydney is emerging as one of the leading global technology centres. In the decade to 2010 many global technology successes have emerged from Sydney including Google Maps, Atlassian, Radiata (WiFi), PC …

Sydney is emerging as one of the leading global technology centres. In the decade to 2010 many global technology successes have emerged from Sydney including Google Maps, Atlassian, Radiata (WiFi), PC Tools, SpringSource and many more.

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  • The first commercially-available albums to feature theCMI include Kate Bush's 'Never for Ever' (1980), Stevie Wonder's 'Happy Birthday' (1980), Jean-Michel Jarre's Magnetic Fields (1981), and the Buggles' last album, 'Adventures in Modern Recording'. Peter Gabriel's "Shock the Monkey" and its parent album Security (1982) also feature the instrument.
  • The first commercially-available albums to feature theCMI include Kate Bush's 'Never for Ever' (1980), Stevie Wonder's 'Happy Birthday' (1980), Jean-Michel Jarre's Magnetic Fields (1981), and the Buggles' last album, 'Adventures in Modern Recording'. Peter Gabriel's "Shock the Monkey" and its parent album Security (1982) also feature the instrument.
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    • 1. ICT Industry Strengths Sydney and Australia Sydney is a rapidly growing Global hub for Digital Services.
    • 2. Market Strengths What is Australia really good at? Where does our real competitive advantage lie?
    • 3. Hyper-Competitive Media Enterprises
    • 4. Media and Entertainment: Australia’s Seven Giants ABC (TV, Radio, Online and Interactive) APN News and Media Fairfax Media (Newspapers, Radio, Fairfax Digital) News Corporation (Newspapers, Fox Studios, Foxtel) PBL Media (Nine, ACP, Ticketek) Seven (TV, Pacific Magazines, Yahoo7!, Ticketmaster) Ten Network (TV, Outdoor) Has led to Super Strengths in Media
    • 5. Also in customer-facing enterprises $30Bn $5.5Bn $1.1Bn
    • 6. And there’s more on the way… Atlassian founders celebrate Accel Partners $60M investment.
    • 7. And also in Financial Services…  Australia has very large, diverse and sophisticated financial markets including Equity, Debts, Derivatives and Foreign Exchange.  In Sydney like Chicago, many of these started to resources and commodities trading and now have evolved to serve all industries.  Sydney is now a global hub for innovative Global Finance Technology Companies
    • 8. Technology Strengths The Quiet Revolution.
    • 9. [1] Attracted $60m Expansion Capital Investment from Accel Partners. Technology Strengths Australia’s Quiet Revolution Source: GCIO Research, 2010
    • 10. Operating Systems, Security and Software development SpringSource (VMWare acquisition) OK Labs (NICTA Spinout) Atlassian (Accel Partners Investee Co)[1] PC Tools (Symatech acquisition) Google (Where2 acquistion) [1] Attracted $60m Expansion Capital Investment from Accel Partners. Technology Strengths
    • 11. Google Maps
    • 12. Lars Rasmussen, Founder of Google Maps
    • 13. Google Maps 2003 — Where2 Technologies, Founded in Sydney 2004 — Acquired by Google 2005 — Launched as Google Maps 2009 — Becomes Global Leader in Online Mapping
    • 14. Google Maps — now Global #1
    • 15. Google Australia Team 2006
    • 16. Smart Grid Energy and Smart Metering Landis and Gyr — World’s largest smart meter company EnergyAustralia — $100m Newcastle SmartGrid Showcase Market Strengths
    • 17. Health Informatics Cochlear (Public, ASX:COH 1888 Employees) iSoft (Public, ASX:ISF 4700 Employees) Resmed (Public, NYSE:RMD 2900 Employees) Technology Strengths
    • 18. Wireless CSIRO 802.11 Wireless Standard and Patents NICTA GiFi Multi-Gigabit Wireless Radiata (Cisco Acquistion) Avega Systems (Cisco investee Co) Technology Strengths
    • 19. NICTA HQ at the Australian Technology Park, July 2010
    • 20. Media Technologies: Audio Video and Imaging Canon Research Labs (Integrated Arts Acquisition) Silverbrook Research (Global patent leadership) Dolby Laboratories (Lake Technologies Acquisition) Audinate (NICTA Spinout) Animal Logic (World leading Vfx and Animation) Dr D Studios (Digital Production Studio) Media Technology Strengths
    • 21. Fairlight global pioneers electronic music in 1980s.
    • 22. Stevie Wonder + his CMI, Madison Square Gardens 1980
    • 23. Fairlight Integrated Arts Canon’s Information Systems Research Lab 300 Researchers working on next generation imaging technology Silverbrook Research 500 scientists – led by the most prolific patent holder in the world AV Technology Leadership 1980 1990 2000 2010 Lake Technology Dolby Labs Australia 30 Researchers working on next generation Audio technologies
    • 24. Silverbrook Research 1. Microsoft Corp 2. IBM 3. Hewlett-Packard Co 4. Canon Inc 5. Hitachi Ltd 6. Ricoh Co Ltd 7. Sun Microsystems 8. Silverbrook Research Pty Ltd 9. Xerox Corp 10. Seiko Epson Corp Silverbrook Research ranks in top 10 global companies in Information Technology Patents. Silverbrook Research holds over 1,800 US patents, with more than 2,000 US patents pending. Source: Information Technology rank by The Patent Scoreboard ™ on the 1/1/2008.
    • 25. Silverbrook Research Patents granted relating to Inkjet Printing, USPTO 2000-8.
    • 26. Sydney’s “Big Six”* Six major animation and VFx studios 1. Animal Logic (Babe and The Matrix) 2. Omnilab (Where the Wild Things Are) 3. Flying Bark (Zigby the Zebra) 4. Fuel (Iron Man 2, Australia) 5. FSM (Death Defying Acts) and 6. Rising Sun Pictures (Wolverine) *Sydney Morning Herald, Erin Odwyer “Drawn from the best why the world wants Australia's animators”, May 29, 2009.
    • 27. More information • Paul McCarthy Manager, Strategic Industry Development New South Wales Government Chief Information Office • Phone (02) 9372 8286 / (0418) 608 224 paul.mccarthy@services.nsw.gov.au

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