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Vodafone announces changes to declining brand After slipping 20 places on a global branding ladder in the past year, Vodafone has announced an upcoming change to the Vodafone brand positioning globally…
Optus deploys 'world first' massive MIMO and 3CC CA pairing Following Vodafone’s announcement this week of a successful Massive MIMO trial, Optus has announced what it claims is a world first pairing of Multiple Input…
Vocus appoints new chairman, deputy ahead of AGM The Vocus Group has announced the appointment of a new chairman and deputy chairman ahead of its annual general meeting which is scheduled for 24…
Xtera wins Turnkey Submarine System contract US-based subsea fibre optic solutions provider Xtera has been awarded a contract by the Defence Information Systems Agency, an agency of the US Department of…
Three firms demo successful trans-Atlantic encryption at 100Gbps Engineers from Ericsson, Telstra and Ciena have completed a successful trial of continuous data encryption at 100Gbps over a distance of 21,940 kms using multiple…
New Microsoft-Facebook subsea cable can transmit data at 160Tbps Microsoft has announced the completion of the Marea subsea cable, a joint project with Facebook and global telecommunications infrastructure company Telxius.
Polycom releases new conference phones to mark anniversary American video, voice and content collaboration company Polycom has released new models of its conferencing phones to mark the 25th anniversary of the release of…
Telcos ‘most complained’ about NZ industry sector, says Commission New Zealand telecommunications companies and service providers cop the most criticism from the country’s consumers of all business and industry sectors, according to a new…
Google Fibre cuts woman's Internet service over 12 cents A woman who lives in Kansas City had her Internet service with Google Fibre — a division of Alphabet, the parent company of the search…

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