Following the very successful 15 year tenure of former AMTA CEO Chris Althaus, the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) has announced that it has appointed Louise Hyland as its new Chief Executive Officer.
The new standard closely follows the guidelines from the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) published in March 2020 – and which confirmed that, after an additional 20 years of research, the limits remain protective of all people – including children, adolescents and pregnant women – against all established health risks.
Chris Althaus is still CEO of AMTA, the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association, and he has put together his top five tips that encourage safe Internet use on the mobile devices we all own and take for granted every day.
As flagged late in 2020, The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) is now commencing an executive search process seeking the right CEO candidate to lead the Association following the announcement by Chris Althaus of his intention to step down.
Chris Althaus is CEO of AMTA, the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association, and before he steps down in early 2021 after over a decade and a half of service to the Australian telco industry and Australia consumers, he joined us for a chat about the industry's past, present and future, as well as his own.
When it comes to holiday time, we can let our guard down as we relax a little, with 2020 perhaps causing people to relax a little too much. Here's what Australian Mobile Telecommunications Australia CEO Chris Althaus says we should all be aware of this holiday season.
GUEST OPINION: 2021 has been touted as the ‘Year of 5G’, with mobile telecommunications through the 4G/5G ecosystem to continue providing all important connectivity, applications, and services that will help enable Australia to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The chief executive of the mobile industry lobby group, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association, Chris Althaus, has stepped down after 15 years in the role following the organisation's annual general body meeting which was held on Thursday.
The Australian Government has accepted six of the 14 recommendations made by the 5G inquiry conducted by the House Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts, assessing the deployment, adoption and application of 5G in Australia.
As reported earlier by iTWire, Australia's Federal Communications Minister, Paul Fletcher, has said 2021 will be "the year of 5G" with the first allocation of mmWave 26Ghz 5G due in April to complement already available 5G services from Telstra, Optus and Vodafone.
The Australian Labor Party has poured scorn on the digital business announcement made by Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Tuesday, claiming that the PM was "there for the media drop, the photo op, the re-packaged media drop, and the re-announcement, but never there for the follow-up".
For the sixth year running, Australia has gained the top spot in the Mobile Connectivity Index put out by the GSM Association, an industry organisation that represents the interests of mobile network operators worldwide.
The coronavirus outbreak has delayed the rollout of 5G networks, but not by a great deal, the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association chief executive Chris Althaus says, adding that he expects the emergence of applications that take advantage of the technology by year-end.
The head of the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association, a lobby group for the mobile industry, has described claims being spread that there is a connection between 5G and COVID-19 as "false" and "the worst kind of fake-news misinformation".
The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) and telecommunications lobby group Communications Alliance have issued the first edition of Keeping Australians Connected, providing guidance and industry advice around the delivery of telecommunications services in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic,
The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association, a lobby group for the mobile industry, says it regrets the decision made by Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies to quit the association.
A survey carried out by Deloitte Access Economics and the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association claims that 5G will lead to productivity improvements that will be worth $65 billion to the Australian economy by 2023 — the equivalent of 3.1% of GDP — but named no specific industries which would contribute to this massive increase.
The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) has set up its new 5G Group to "focus on policy, regulatory and technology issues related to next-gen 5G".
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