Ericsson is planning to build its first fully-automated smart factory in the US to produce advanced antenna system radios for rapid 5G deployments.
The famous Pub With No Beer has had beer for quite some time, but it’s only now, halfway through 2017, that mobile coverage is finally on tap.
Telstra says more residents and businesses visitors in rural and regional Australia will soon benefit from its expanded mobile coverage, including superfast mobile broadband, under round two of the federal government’s Mobile Black Spot Programme (MBSP).
Faster broadband to homes and businesses in rural and remote areas of Australia will become a reality over the next few months with the nbn set to launch into orbit its first network satellite.
Telstra has released a draft of its Regional and Rural Presence Plan for 2012-15 for public consultation.
Indigo Telecom, the company set up earlier this year to focus on providing satellite communications services to rural Australia, has named SkyMesh has its wholesale partner, but is still to name its long-waited, supposedly ubiquitous, retailing partner.
The NSW Ambulance service has taken 180 handheld Iridium satellite phones to provide communications facilities for ambulances in remote locations.
A new telco, Indigo Telecom, has entered the market to fill what it perceives to be a huge gap in delivering portable satellite phone and data communications services to rural Australians beyond the reach of terrestrial cellular networks.
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