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Four companies join to achieve record-breaking 2Gbps speeds over 4G Record-breaking 4G speeds of up to 2Gbps have been achieved by Telstra, Ericsson, Netgear and Qualcomm Technologies in laboratory testing using a chipset that was…
Optus posts strong third quarter with mobile and NBN gains Optus has lost pre-paid handset customers in the third financial quarter but more than balanced it with growth in post-paid handset customers, the telco said…
NZ’s Spark expands services for its TaaS portfolio New Zealand’s largest telco Spark has added contact centre, unified communication, cloud security access brokerage and site connectivity to its Telecommunications as a Service (TaaS)…
Snubbed by US, Huawei turns to Britain Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei has announced a new promise of procurement with the UK worth £3 billion.
Telstra looks to 5G future with new Gold Coast Innovation Centre Telstra is set to test next generation mobile technologies in Australian conditions to support the early commercial deployment of 5G mobile services in Australia, following…
Telstra takes $273 million hit on Ooyala writedown Telstra is preparing to write down by $273 million the value of Ooyala, its US-based intelligent video business, to zero. The telco announced the writedown…
Zoom makes room for accurate machine learning transcription and more Modern enterprise video communications provider Zoom has announced a variety of new features and enhancements, from machine learning-based recording transcripts to allowing 49 video feeds…
Routing, cloud businesses ensure mixed quarter for Juniper American multinational networking company Juniper Networks has announced a year-on-year 11% fall in its fourth quarter revenue, down to US$1.24 billion which was, however, about…
URSYS to use Optus satellite by end of year Optus Satellite and URSYS Services have agreed to migrate the URSYS iDirect VSAT Services to the D2 satellite owned by the former by the end…
Ericsson sees another quarter of losses as 10,000 staff cut Swedish multinational telecommunications giant Ericsson has recorded losses for a fifth quarter running, with a decrease of 12% in sales for the fourth quarter of…

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