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Displaying items by tag: Remote area communications

Radio is a life line and the primary source of information for residents of remote areas of Western Australia, with a majority spending significantly more time listening to the radio than listeners in all areas across the nation.

Published in Strategy

Australian mobile satellite solutions provider Pivotel Satellite has partnered with global satellite company Inmarsat to launch a new service enabling smartphone connectivity for remote workers.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Travelling around remote and isolated areas of Australia for sightseeing or for work often means no mobile phone network signal and the average Joe doesn’t have access to a satellite phone, let alone something which can actually transform the mobile into a satellite phone.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 02 December 2015 14:23

ACMA releases 1800 mhz band for remote areas

The Australian Communication and Media Authority has released an information paper to telecommunications services providers on spectrum licensing and regulatory arrangements for the 1800 MHz band in regional and remote Australia.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Tuesday, 10 July 2012 11:28

Symbio's double chance for ACOMM Awards

MyNetFone subsidiary Symbio Networks has been shortlisted in two categories of the ACOMMS Awards for its VoIP services.

Published in Development
Federal, state and territory governments have agreed on a program to improve internet access and provide basic computer training for remote indigenous communities.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 05 March 2009 10:58

$60 million to boost communications in the bush

The federal government has announced $60 million will be spent on regional, rural and remote telecommunications projects.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 08 July 2008 12:38

NewSat renews push for new Aussie satellite

NewSat (ASX: NWT) has reinforced its determination to launch its own satellite to provide communications services to the two percent of Australians beyond reach of the planned National Broadband Network (NBN).

Published in Networking




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