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It’s OK to store data offshore, says Government; Aussie cloud startup Maestrano launches ‘world first’ integration technology; The world wants phablets; as Apple’s larger iPhone on the way; OPINION Confessions of a phablet phreak; SubPartners gets protection permit for APX-East; Telecom NZ reveals Internet TV details; and more fibre; The Internet in Australia is 25 years old.

ANALYSIS Telecom New Zealand’s retreat is complete; Global mobile termination rates down; Biggest ever ICANN meeting convenes in London; Vodafone customers live up ‘truly unlimited’ data weekend; More data for many Internode customers; Google ‘considering Pacific cable investment’; BT ‘simplifies’ threat monitoring

Telstra in major monitored security deal; Patrick Fair to head CA security panel; NBN cabling site for consumers; Can you live without your phone?; What if you don’t need the NBN?; SBS gets head start with Freeview Plus; Windows Phone gains 500 apps a day; ANALYSIS - Generation Next says content should be free

ACCC varies fixed line FADs; Australian business embracing social media; SubPartners secures cable for APX-West build; Vocus buys stake in Sea-Me-We 3 cable; Australian data centre services revenues to exceed $1.7 billion by 2020 ; Making the most of the 3.5 GHz band; Dodo warned over customer usage alerts.

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All three carriers hit with major outages; Optus boosts IT and telecoms integration; Optus Business reorganisation; Optus appoints David Caspari to head its ICT division; ACCC acts on ATM agreement; Vodafone New Zealand claims world’s fastest mobile broadband; Australian developed micro content-payment system planned; Mobile ‘the future’ of video, TV consumption; Telecom NZ acquires cloud services specialist Appserv.

Telecom carriers acquiring, reorganising and strategising in preparation for changing markets, technologies, competition and opportunities.

Digital Post Australia to close; Telstra Global expands into US; Amazon releases Fire Phone; Foxtel largely to blame for piracy, says Choice; Airlines big investors in comms technologies; Youth driving the regional smartphone market; OPINION Don’t walk away Renai! Delimiter reaches limit; ‘Digital wave’ spurs demand for video encoders

Excess data charges up; ACCC - SMS prices; Canberra cyber security centre; Cloud and IaaS; More on Australia Post restructure; 16G fibre channel in SANs; Vodafone DoCoMo M2M agreement; Optus enhances MobileSat with Inmarsat

Online security; Mobile coverage; Vodafone and automotive M2M; NBN roll-out; Allied Telesis and SDN; China Mobile 4G


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