Global telecoms vendors are enthusiastically talking up the benefits that will flow a future where almost everything - inanimate and animate objects alike - has embedded communications functionality, but curiously this scenario does not feature prominently in the Australian mobile industry's latest bid to sell the benefits of mobile to the wider community.
Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has launched a major new report that shows the important role played by mobile telecommunications in lifting Australia’s productivity. But the report authors say more mobile spectrum is needed.
Communications minister senator Stephen Conroy has delayed from November 2012 until April 2013 the auction of the 700MHz and 2.5GHz Digital Dividend spectrum saying he has taken the decision on the advice of the ACMA.
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