Ericsson has filed lawsuits against Chinese telecoms equipment vendor, ZTE, alleging infringement of Ericsson patents in 2G and 3G cellular technologies.
Communications minister, senator Stephen Conroy, has released a discussion paper on proposals for the Universal Service Obligation reforms that will be needed if the agreement with Telstra over its role in the NBN is consummated.
American Express Business Travel has launched a telepresence advisory service designed to help its customers avail themselves of publicly accessible Cisco TelePresence facilities around the world.
HP has announced technology that will enable telcos to give businesses the ability to manage their fleets of mobile devices from a web portal.
iiNet has reported a good set of results for the year to 30 June 2010, with revenue, EBITDA and NPAT all up substantially on the previous year.
Ericsson is showing, at the Australian Broadcast Exhibition in Sydney this week, an Android based tablet device designed to operate as remote control for the 'three-screens': TV, PC and mobile device.
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