The company rolling out Australia's national broadband network has reported revenue of $3.5 billion for the first nine months of the financial year 2020-21, with no breakdown offered for the third quarter alone.

Even with the NBN Co as a government entity in public hands (at least for now), the companies that retail the nbn service are faced with artificially limited capacity and pricing constraints while selling an unlimited product to consumers, leading to six month introductory deals that then raise the price afterwards - and it’s no surprise to see Internet providers and end-users still complaining about the NBN alike.

TPG Telecom says it is the second largest telco in Australia, with MD and CEO Iñaki Berroeta also sharing an update on the company's operations after its merger 10 months ago.

India has given Chinese telecommunications firms the thumbs-down, with Huawei and ZTE both omitted from the list of companies allowed to participate in 5G trials.

Global cybersecurity company Imperva is set to acquire API security vendor CloudVector after entering into an agreement, with the deal expected to be completed by the end of May.

A talk submitted to an unnamed conference by the co-founder and chief executive of Washington-based audience research start-up SparkToro has been rejected because it contained criticism of Google and Facebook.

Splunk today announced the launch of its new Observability Cloud, bringing an organisation’s observability solutions together in a unified interface to help customers gain comprehensive views of their data operating at an enterprise scale.

GitLab released its fifth annual DevSecOps survey today showing the COVID-19 pandemic enforced the broad adoption of remote work, which in turn energised teams to focus on embracing cutting edge DevOps technologies such as Kubernetes, machine learning/artificial intelligence (ML/AI) and cloud computing.

Ericsson targets a USD $90 billion small and medium business (SMB) market in the US with a 5G-ready virtual workspace service designed to address the needs of more than 6 million companies, representing 40% of the US workforce.

2degrees users are the first in New Zealand to enjoy an Excellent Video Experience, says Opensignal.

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