Work has commenced on making available a digital town square for South Australian smart application developers through IgniteSA. The infrastructure will provide South Australian developers a container based platform to work on their applications as part of the smart gigabit community. Richard from Kiratech will be one of the first developers to access the digital town square and has been part of helping to set the environment, along with IgniteSA sponsor Optus. Cisco, another IgniteSA sponsor, has also been pivotal in providing infrastructure and knowledge to support this initiative. Work on the digital town square is being done at UniSA's Mawson Lakes campus, showcasing an underlying capability to connect within the state using advanced networks like SABRENet's which is now available to the innovation community through the GigCity initiative.
The digital town square will be available to the smart application development community within South Australia, aligning with IgniteSA's purpose to create and foster smart application that makes the most of South Australia's high speed networks.
For further details, or to learn how you can gain access to the digital town square contact IgniteSA.