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Driverless Halos solve transportation challenges with a people first approach to autonomous cars.

Published in Automotive

Juniper Research reports that MaaS will displace 2.2 billion private cars by 2025. To make this possible, Juniper says government investment in MaaS is key and providers should maximise opportunities as the world returns to normalcy.

Published in Internet of Things
Monday, 07 June 2021 17:32

Hansen hired as Domino's group CTO

Domino's Pizza Enterprises has appointed Matthias Hansen to the role of group CTO.

Published in People Moves

In Australia, Telstra is shutting off its 3G network in June 2024, after already having switched off 2100MHz 3G services in 2019, while in the US, Verizon will switch off its 3G CDMA network at the end of 2022, generally so that 3G frequencies can be redeployed for 5G.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The prices of 5G devices in the US are likely to drop as low as US$200 (A$257) this year, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research says, adding that this could come about due to the expanding coverage and OEMs looking to meet demand at different prices.

Published in Mobility

Opensignal regularly analyses mobile networks around the world, having recently looked at the 5G experience worldwide as of Jan 2021, with its latest report looking at T-Mobile's standalone 5G network, one of the world's only standalone access 5G deployments to date.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The outages experienced by many companies in the US on Tuesday (Australian time) were apparently due to T-Mobile making changes to its network configuration resulting in a series of cascading failures for its users which affected both voice and data networks, the chief executive and co-founder of web-infrastructure and website-security company, Cloudflare claims.

Published in Security

Despite COVID-19 resulting in revenue pressures from slowing sales and consumer demand for new products, many major telecoms carriers say they still have the cash flow to move ahead with 5G deployments, according to one global data and analytics firm.

South Korean giant Samsung dominated sales of 5G NR-capable smartphones in the US last year, accounting for 74% of the total of just under two million devices sold, the tech analyst firm Counterpoint Research says.

Published in Mobility

The backing of the US Federal Communications Commission's chair for a merger of wireless companies does not seem to be enough to push it over the line, with 10 state attorneys-general filing a case opposing the merger between the American companies T-Mobile and Sprint.

The merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, the third and fourth biggest wireless carriers in the US, has moved a step closer with the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Pai, officially giving his support to the deal.

The chief technology officer of US telco T-Mobile has taken a swipe at the company's competitors, Verizon and AT&T, both of which have launched 5G offerings in the US ahead of T-Mobile.

Lawyers handling the case of Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, who was detained in Vancouver on 1 December on a US request, will seek to portray the extradition request made by Washington as an abuse of the Canadian legal process and due to political reasons.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 30 January 2019 11:53

US using Huawei to pressure China over trade

The framing of Chinese telecommunications vendor Huawei Technologies two days before the scheduled resumption of talks to resolve a US-China trade row is a clear indication that Washington will use any kind of pressure to assert its claims over Beijing.

Published in Open Sauce
Tuesday, 29 January 2019 19:10

Huawei says US spurned efforts to discuss charges

Chinese telecommunications equipment provider Huawei Technologies says it sought to discuss the sanctions busting charges brought against it by the US Government, after its chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Vancouver on 1 December, but was rejected.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Tuesday, 29 January 2019 10:00

US hits Huawei with criminal, fraud charges

Chinese telecommunications equipment provider Huawei Technologies has been hit with criminal charges, among others, by the US, with the indictments being unveiled on Monday, the first day of work after a government shutdown, and just a couple of days before the US and China resume talks on a trade dispute.

Published in Government Tech Policy

T-Mobile is best positioned among US telcos to deliver "real 5G whenever that reality actually materialises", the analyst firm BTIG Research says, adding that its deep and unused low-band spectrum should enable it to launch real 5G before any other firm.

Chinese telecommunications equipment provider Huawei Technologies could face an indictment over alleged theft of trade secrets from its American business partners, including smartphone-testing technology used by T-Mobile in robotic devices.

Published in Technology Regulation

T-Mobile US and Sprint have been given permission to go ahead with their proposed merger after national security reviews cleared the deal, which is now expected to be finalised in the first half of 2019.

American companies T-Mobile US and Sprint have cut a deal with US national security authorities to get a proposed merger approved, by agreeing to put a brake on using equipment from Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei.

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