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Optus, Cisco partner on Commonwealth Games Optus Business and Cisco are joining forces to create a smart network which they say will allow global connections to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth…
Activ8me hit with $12,600 penalty for misleading ACCC claims Telecommunications retail service provider Australian Private Networks — trading as Activ8me —  has paid a penalty of $12,600 after the competition watchdog, the ACCC issued…
First mobile network on Moon being planned Mobile networks on Earth have some way to go before they meet the needs of humans but companies are already casting their eyes into space,…
Vocus chief Horth quits 'by mutual agreement' Vocus chief executive Geoff Horth has left the company "by mutual agreement", according to an announcement made to the ASX on Monday.
Telstra’s brand value rises to US$12.4b, 13th in global rankings Telstra registered a 14% increase in brand value to US$12.4 billion in 2017, retaining the title of the most valuable telecoms brand in Australia and…
GO, GO with Optus new solution in digital era Optus has launched a suite of “simplified” ICT solutions dubbed GO which it claims provide powerful connectivity, collaboration and cloud solutions without the complexity and…
VHA CEO Inaka Berroeta Vodafone Hutchison Australia has boosted its customer base to 5.81 million to the end of last December, adding 246,000 customers over 12 months in 2017.
Telstra moves forward to eventual 4G, 5G integration Telstra says work is continuing in preparation for the 4G and 5G mobile technologies to integrate in future, including working with Ericsson, Qualcomm and Intel…
Pivotel joins charity to provide net access in Uganda Australian satellite telecommunications provider Pivotel has partnered with the humanitarian group, Internet for Humanity, to offer communications hardware and Internet access to remote communities in…

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