Hyperscale networking software Arrcus has collaborated with Japanese multinational conglomerate SoftBank to demo its automated network slicing over 5G mobile networks and multi-access edge computing applications running with ArcOS—a component of Arrcus’ networking software stack.

The integrated passive devices market share is expected to reach US$3 billion ($4.4 billion) by 2032 with an estimated CAGR of 3% during the projected period due to the growing demand in the telco industry, according to market research company Fact.MR.

Complaints about phone and internet services decreased 33.4% in the last financial year ending 30 June 2022, but despite this poor mobile coverage was the most prominent issue for telco services, according to the latest report from the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO).

Wednesday, 21 September 2022 08:15

amaysim launches its 5G mobile plan

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Mobile phone operator company amaysim offers consumers its 5G mobile plan poised to launch in November.

Communications solutions provider for operators iBASIS integrates the multi-protocol signalling firewall of telecom jtendo to its managed cloud-based security portfolio, iBASIS Security iQ360.

Australians are remaining loyal to their mobile providers even if it costs hundreds of dollars, a Finder research reveals.

Finnish telecommunications vendor Nokia and Mext, the Turkish Employers’ Association of Metal Industries Technology Centre, are partnering to advance digital transformation of the Turkish industrial sector and enable the local ecosystem to work on 5G private wireless innovation.

Australian Catholic University (ACU) is partnering with SXiQ, an IBM company, to deliver a digital transformation program for the university’s staff and students.

There are opportunities for Australian brands to sell their products into the Chinese market despite ongoing political tensions with 67% of China’s cross-border online shoppers expecting to increase their online spending for western and Australian goods in the coming year, according to a study by e-commerce platform Pattern.

Ericsson’s energy-saving radios Air 3268 claims it will reduce power consumption of Malaysia’s 5G network being deployed by Digital Nasional Berhad.

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