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Superloop acquires Wi-Fi services provider for $12m Networking and infrastructure group Superloop has signed an agreement to buy managed connectivity services provider GX2 Holdings for $6 million in cash plus $4 million…
Laying of southern portion of Hawaiki cable set to start The laying of the Hawaiki cable system from Sydney and then across the Pacific Ocean is poised to get underway, with more than 6500km of…
ACMA hits TPG with $360,000 fine over spam The Australian Communications and Media Authority has fined ISP TPG Internet $360,000 over the violation of the Spam Act 2003.
Telstra, Pivotal get up to speed with partnership Telstra’s two-year old partnership with Silicon Valley software start-up Pivotal is gathering pace with the telco saying it is focused on digitisation, and the technology…
UK researchers claim multi-gigabit speeds over broadband British researchers at University College London claim to have developed new hardware that provides consistent high-speed broadband connectivity, enabling data rates of more than 10,000Mbps.
Telstra says roaming decision 'best outcome for customers' Telstra has, unsurprisingly, welcomed the decision of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission not to declared mobile roaming.
Cubic Telecom signs auto connectivity deal with Telstra Wholesale Dublin-based connectivity platform firm Cubic Telecom has signed a memorandum of understanding with Telstra Wholesale to deliver content to its automotive customers in Australia.
Vocus' North-West Cable System is up and running The Vocus Group, Australia's fourth largest telecommunications outfit, has successfully connected its high-speed fibre-optic North-West Cable System to the INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG Project and Shell’s…
Vodafone launches commercial NB-IoT services in Melbourne CBD Vodafone Australia is set to commence the next stage of deployment of its commercial narrowband Internet of Things network, making it the first Australian telco…

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