New rules for telecommunications customer premises cabling products and wiring have been published by telecoms lobby group Communications Alliance.
Broadband services provider CommScope has been selected by the New Zealand Ministry of Education (MoE) to help 2,500 schools meet the connectivity demands of its student populations, with the deployment of up to 38,000 Wi-Fi 6 access points and 12,000 Multi-gig switches.
Australian executives believe 5G will benefit society as a whole, not just smartphone users, according to new research that reveals businesses also believe 5G will be the “most revolutionary” network development, and create new opportunities for monetisation of the technology.
The number of internet-connected devices is expected to grow in Australia from 186 million to 212 million in 2020, with growth in the number of devices predicted to increase by 14% in 2020 and home data consumption set to spike by 70% on Boxing Day, according to a report from NBN Co, the operators of the National Broadband Network.
Global tech giant Ericsson has partnered with fellow Swedish company - health-tech provider Brighter - to launch a complete IoT health solution, Actiste, for monitoring and treating insulin-dependent diabetes.
With the number of network connections and connected devices across Australia increasing at an unprecedented rate, the telecommunications regulator ACMA has released its corporate and research program reviewing the appropriate regulatory framework for content delivered over all platforms in the traditional broadcast media and digital platforms.
The Australian Subscription Video on Demand services market continues to grow, with 9.1 million Aussies now taking out subscriptions and revenues reaching more than US$700 million by the end of the 2018 financial year.
Australians will continue to use cash in tandem with digital payment solutions, according to new research revealing that an average of 66% of consumers are withdrawing cash from ATMs at least once a month – with just over half logging into their mobile banking apps every week.
The amount of data Australians are consuming has gone through the roof, rising by 43% in the past year, according to a new report tabled in Parliament today. We’re also using a more diverse range of devices, although the mobile phone is still the most popular and frequently used way to go online.
Twitter is partnering with video game publisher and e-sports tournament organiser Riot Games Oceania to live stream the inaugural League of Legends: League of Origin tournament globally.
Huawei has joined the ZigBee Alliance for a greater IoT world with the ZigBee standard "as the cornerstone of this new era of device intelligence".
Nokia’s 2016 Acquisition and Retention report for 2016 has just released its newest section on value-added, bundled services and connected devices.
The 10th edition of Nokia’s Acquisition and Retention Study has been released, with a detailed 14-page detailed Global Summary Report available to download now.
By 2019 the average Australian household will have around 24 Internet-connected devices — up from nine devices in 2015 — and we will spend $3.2 billion on connected devices and services by the end of the decade, according to newly published research from analyst firm Telsyte.
Worldwide spending on Internet of Things (IoT) security will reach $348 million this year, a 23.7% increase from 2015 spending of $281.5 million, as the IoT global market continues to grow rapidly.
Australians have devoured online content to the tune of 13 billion hours a year, while users of the National Broadband Network (nbn) have been consuming around 35% more data than the average Australian household.
Australia has now joined countries throughout the Asia Pacific region in a network of cyber intelligence centres coordinating a strategic approach to the threat of cyber attacks.
With US $125 billion in mobile and online transactions by 2018 coming, and China top of eRetail Sales, global eRetail’s boom will continue.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has quickly reached scale in the massive Chinese market with connectivity boosting major industries and creating a new consumer market in the country for connected vehicles, home appliances and wearables.
Airlines are satisfying growing demand from passengers to use their own connected technologies when travelling on board an aircraft.
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