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Despite the American sanctions against them, Chinese 5G suppliers Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corporation have increased their market share in the first three quarters of 2020, a study by the California-based Dell'Oro group says.

Communications Compliance - the new independent body set up by the telecoms industry to monitor service providers' compliance to the new Telecommunications Consumer Protection (TCP) code - has named Victoria Rubensohn AM as its consumer representative board member.

Published in Technology Regulation

The Joint Parliamentary Committee on the NBN has released its third report on the NBN, acknowledging that there is little chance of early private equity investment in the NBN, but calling on NBN Co to progress consideration of debt financing "as a matter of priority."

Published in Technology Regulation

Cloud, Internet, telecommunication and IT services provider Anittel (ASX: AYG) has announced plans to upgrade its wide area networks and data centres with about $2m worth of Cisco gear, and signalled a widening of its market focus from regional Australia to embrace metropolitan areas.

Published in Strategy

Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs as released a study into the costs and benefits of New Zealand's urban and rural broadband networks declaring that they will add more than $NZ5b to GDP over the 20 year life of the program. (Updated with a link to the study)

Published in Market
Sunday, 12 February 2012 11:34

Optus gains mobile subscribers, Vodafone loses

Optus has managed to grow its mobile subscriber base despite Telstra's addition of a massive one million new services in the past six months, but Vodafone continues to lose customers.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 07 February 2012 11:23

Optus unveils NBN plans for small businesses

Optus has announced prices for small business services offered over the NBN in the five first release sites.

Published in Networking

Telstra has released a draft of its Regional and Rural Presence Plan for 2012-15 for public consultation.

Published in Technology Regulation

Iridium, the operator of a global network of low earth orbit communications satellites has introduced technology that turns its handheld satellite phone into a WiFi hotspot, enabling any WiFi enabled smartphone to connect to the Internet via the Iridium satellite network.

Friday, 09 September 2011 12:39

Optus launches mobile 'bill shock' preventers

Optus has launched, a number of new tools to help customers better manage their monthly mobile spend.

Published in Mobility

Communications minister, senator Stephen Conroy has called for applications from providers to deliver the first round of the Australian Government's Digital Hubs and Digital Enterprise programs.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Skype is to acquire mobile group messaging service provider GroupMe, which provides a range of services that enable mobile phone users to connect and share locations and photos with friends across networks and mobile platforms.

Published in Deals

Super Retail Group - which operates over 400 stores across Australia and New Zealand under the Supercheap Auto, Ray's Outdoors, BCF and Goldcross Cycles brands - has chosen Sybase Afaria to manage iPhone devices used by staff members.

Published in Security

Communications minister, senator Stephen Conroy, has called for public comments on draft program guidelines for the Digital Hubs and Digital Enterprise programs.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Telstra says that smartphone ownership has now reached 46 percent of the mobile phone-owning population in Australia, a 25 percent increase in 12 months, and will reach 60 percent by year-end.

Published in Market

Leighton Contractors' subsidiary Australia-Singapore Cable (International) (ASC) has announced plans to build a fibre optic cable between Perth and Singapore.

Published in Development

Vocus Communications (ASX: VOC) is to acquire optical fibre networks in the Sydney and Melbourne CBDs presently owned and operated by Digital River Networks, for $3.95m in cash.

Published in Deals

Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) Australia has released three draft video advertising standard guidelines and best practices for Australia for a two week industry review period.

EMC has acquired NetWitness Corporation a privately-held US based provider of network security analysis technologies that "provide precise and pervasive network visibility, enabling security teams to detect and remediate advanced threats while automating the incident investigation process," according to EMC.

Published in Deals

The Internet Industry Association (IIA) is to start work immediately on a copyright code of practice for Internet intermediaries, including ISPs, search, hosting and social media providers.

Published in Technology Regulation
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