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Verizon awards 5G contract to Ericsson US telecommunications giant Verizon has selected Swedish firm Ericsson to provide networking equipment for its commercial 5G launch.
Optus launches package to improve customer relationships Australia's second largest telecommunications company, Optus, has expanded the customer experience management solutions offered by its Optus Business division, launching a cloud-hosted package to improve…
Fujitsu completes major upgrade of TasNetworks Fujitsu has completed a major upgrade to TasNetworks' microwave radio network, commissioning 18 FRX-3 Microwave radio links.
Telstra, Inabox team up on white label network offering Telstra Wholesale is set to offer a white label network, provisioning and service capability that it says will allow organisations to deliver fixed and mobile…
Subsea cable between Australia and Singapore cut again A submarine cable that links Australia to Southeast Asia has been cut, increasing the latency for Australian users to Asian destinations.
ACCC chief fires broadside at telcos still advertising ‘unhelpful’ Internet speed plans The consumer watchdog, the ACCC, has lambasted the telecommunications industry — with the exception of Telstra and Optus — for continuing to advertise Internet plans…
Luke Clifton, Macquarie Telecom Telecommunications and data centre provider Macquarie Telecom is opening a new network operations centre in Sydney in a move which the company says will “rescue’…
Rene Sugo MNF Group Hosted voice and data communications provider MyNetFone has launched a 4G business mobile service as it ramps up delivery of a complete business communications suite…
Australia Singapore Cable reaches midway mark: Vocus Building work on the Australia Singapore Cable has passed the halfway point, crossing a number of critical milestones, Vocus Communications says.

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