Claiming that 5G inspires the future of "building a fully connected, intelligent world", Huawei announced its vision for the future of 5G at the 9th Global Mobile Broadband Forum.
Telstra is making it easy for its customers in former black spot areas to make calls, with over 100 million made from those locations, so Chuckie's cry of "why didn't you call" can't be because you didn't have mobile service.
Optus has completed the rollout of 37 new mobile sites across Tasmania in the last 12 months as part of its $42.2 million investment in the state, aimed at improving call quality and faster download speeds for mobile customers.
Telstra has switched on its 400th base station under the federal government’s programme to overcome mobile black spots around the country and to enhance mobile communications in regional and remote areas. Newly installed base stations have already facilitated 60 million calls.
People want to keep Austin "weird," but Ericsson will keep Austin unwired with its 5G design site opened there, with 80 designers to be employed by mid-2018.
Vodafone is expanding its regional mobile network in NSW, Tas, QLD and WA, with $9+ million being invested in 32 new base stations.
Internet of Things (IOT) vendor Thinxtra has started the deployment of the live SIGFOX public network, with installations of base stations and antennas on top of two of the tallest buildings in Australia - Sydney Tower Eye and Melbourne’s Eureka Tower.
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