Blackberry, DENSO collaborate on digital cockpit system for Japan’s Subaru IoT software developer BlackBerry and automotive components manufacturer DENSO have announced the first integrated HMI (Human Machine Interface) digital cockpit system with BlackBerry QNX technology has shipped in the first vehicles by Japanese automotive manufacturer, Subaru.

13th September 2019

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Australian officials advise India on Huawei ban: report Australian officials have been carrying water for the US, with a team advising India about the reasons for the ban imposed on Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies last year, reports claim.

12th September 2019

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SMEs need a louder voice in telco debate, says Gerrand Peter Gerrand, a trenchant critic of Australia’s current telecommunications regime, says Australia’s small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are underrepresented in debates about telecoms issues.

11th September 2019

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Merge NBN Co with separated InfraCo, says telco guru Telstra’s infrastructure division, known as InfraCo, should be completely separated from Telstra and become a new public company with minimal Telstra shareholding. What’s more, it should be merged with NBN Co according to a leading telecommunications industry pundit.

10th September 2019

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TPG profits fall 56% 'due to mobile network cancellation' Telecommunications provider TPG Telecom has reported a fall of 56% in net profits for the financial year 2019 compared to last year, with the company attributing the fall from $397.5 million to $175 million to its being forced to give up plans for a mobile network.

7th September 2019

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Telstra rolls disparate tech services into Purple Telstra Purple, said to be Australia's largest technology services business, has been formed by combining Telstra Enterprise's business technology services with several companies that the communications giant has acquired.

6th September 2019

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Australian homes with a landline now a minority The decline in the number of Australian households with a landline telephone connection has accelerated. For the first time, reputable statistics show that there are now more Australian homes without a landline than with one.

5th September 2019

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Telstra cuts FY20 income forecast by $400m due to NBN Co corporate plan Telstra has informed the Australian Stock Exchange that it is revising downward by $400 million its FY20 income guidance following the release of the NBN Co's corporate plan for 2020-23 last week.

4th September 2019

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No NBN upgrades planned for FttN users planned NBN Co is planning bandwidth improvements for FttC (fibre to the curb) and HFC (hybrid fibre coax) customers. But premises connected via FttN (fibre to the node) will receive no enhancements, at least during the life of the new NBN 2020-23 Corporate Plan.

3rd September 2019

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No NBN upgrades planned for FttN users planned NBN Co is planning bandwidth improvements for FttC (fibre to the curb) and HFC (hybrid fibre coax) customers. But premises connected via FttN (fibre to the node) will receive no enhancements, at least during the life of the new NBN 2020-23 Corporate Plan.

3rd September 2019

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