Warren and Brown Technologies (WBT) has become the latest company to join the Industry Partner Program at the University of Melbourne’s Institute for a Broadband-Enabled Society (IBES).
As a wholly owned and operated Victorian business, and with many years experience supporting innovation in telecoms markets, WBT will sponsor and supply Institute for a Broadband-Enabled Society (IBES) with passive network hardware including optical fibre patchcords, subracks, wallboxes and ducting required to support the IBES research and development programs.
Managing Director of WBT Mr Neil Domelow declared, “WBT is very pleased to be a part of the well qualified gathering of companies supporting IBES activities. We look forward to contributing to the best of our ability.
“The Partnering agreement signed by WBT and IBES emphasises the importance for continued investment in local research, development and manufacturing in Victoria.
“As an Australian owned company we want to position ourselves at the forefront of broadband technologies involved in delivering high speed broadband to all Australians.”
Laureate Professor Rod Tucker, Director of IBES said, “We are delighted that local companies are supporting the research efforts at IBES.”