Myths have been spread about the Federal Government's newly passed encryption law, according to the director-general of the Australian Signals Directorate, Mike Burgess, who claims that there has been "considerable inaccurate commentary" and has set out to correct what he describes as misconceptions.
The Australian Signals Directorate claims that comments made by its director-general, Mike Burgess, in October, that there is no separation between the 5G radio access network and its core, are correct and referred to "mature" and "far more capable 5G network architectures".
Australian Signals Directorate chief Mike Burgess must be having at least a few bits of egg on his face after his bold statement last month, that there was no separation between the 5G radio access network and its core, was shot down in spectacular style on Wednesday.
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