GUEST OPINION by Derek Cowan, Head of Systems Engineering – ANZ at Cohesity: Throughout the world, the volume of electronic data being generated everyday continues to soar. From online shopping and financial transactions to web searches and social media, the activities of humans produce data in quantities once unimaginable.
Telstra has made some interesting announcements at its Mobile World Congress press event - a trial of Ericsson’s 5G technologies for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, and some capital cities getting 1Gbps Cat 16 LTE later this year.
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