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Turnbull launches National Map; NT Government and Telstra connect the bush; SubPartners to use NextDC's P1 for APX cables; Alcatel-Lucent hits 10 Gbps over copper
Bell Labs has developed a prototype technology which it says paves the way; NewSat secures $11.7 million contract for Jabiru-2 capacity; Australia ‘lags the world’ on mobile strategy; US networking market 'healthy'.

Turnbull announces Triple Zero review; Report exposes Google’s Australian ad revenues; as the whole industry gets stood on its head; Telstra to connect Adelaide Oval; Yet another Internet of Things alliance; Telecom NZ confirms Spark launch; .. and strips Ultra Fibre naked.

Expedia to buy Wotif; Respecting your privacy – new ‘private cloud’ to take on Facebook; Police are gathering your phone data by 'tower dumping'; AussieSim back as ZipTel – to take on Skype; AussieSim announces record monthly SIM sales; M2 adds 100,000 users in the financial year; Telecom NZ invests in applications development startup App La Carte; Wi-Fi to get faster – and faster and faster; ‘Digital disruption’ to cost banks $27 billion; RETROSPECTIVE 160 years of Australian telecommunications

Telstra-NBN battle over CPI indexing heats up; Telstra wins – court says dispute ‘not a dispute’; Vocus acquires FX Networks; Telstra invests in mobile security company; NBN Co argues for continued monopoly; NBN fixed wireless passes 100,000 premises; ACMA announces new mobile to 1800 and 13/1300 framework; and ACCAN will monitor the commitments; Global networks ‘full of obsolete devices’; Physical location of data ‘will become increasingly irrelevant’ in post-Snowden era; Malone continues to cash out of iiNet; O3B’s next four satellites to launch next week; Kiwi researcher signs on to Hawaiki; Ruckus US deployments a pointer to Aussie Wi-Fi future; Phablets poised for growth in Australia – and smartwatches and fitness bands; Hey Presto, now with added Chromecast; Verizon takes Aussie ID product worldwide; but loses out in Germany; Australian mobile phone market down; NTT announces SDN / NFV service; Inabox to acquire Neural Networks; Ericsson claims 5 Gbps on prototype 5G; Amaysim promotes Ogrin to managing director; Unified Comms a ‘global growth engine’; ITU to promote mobile money for the poor; Faulty charger kills NSW woman; Equinix deploys Ciena for virtual networking; America slows down as Europe picks up; MCF wants mobile towers on NSW Crown land; Teens big users of mobile Internet – but online less than adults; ECONOMUSE How low can you roam?; Inmarsat’s Global Xpress service begins; Cisco signs Flinders University deal; OPINION Windows Phone on the rise.

Global networks ‘full of obsolete devices’; Physical location of data ‘will become increasingly irrelevant’ in post-Snowden era; Malone continues to cash out of iiNet; O3B’s next four satellites to launch next week; Kiwi researcher signs on to Hawaiki; Cisco signs Flinders University deal

TELSTRA IN COURT – 1 Telstra-NBN battle over CPI indexing heats up; TELSTRA IN COURT – 2 Telstra wins – court says dispute ‘not a dispute’; Vocus acquisition of FX Networks confirmed; Telstra invests in mobile security company; Teens big users of mobile Internet – but online less than adults; ECONOMUSE How low can you roam?; Ericsson claims 5 Gbps on prototype 5G

NBN Co argues for continued monopoly; NBN fixed wireless passes 100,000 premises; ACMA announces new mobile to 1800 and 13/1300 framework; and ACCAN will monitor the commitments; Ruckus US deployments a pointer to Aussie Wi-Fi future; Phablets poised for growth in Australia – and smartwatches and fitness bands; Hey Presto, now with added Chromecast; Inmarsat’s Global Xpress service begins.

Vocus to buy FX Networks, trading suspended; NTT announces SDN / NFV service; Inabox to acquire Neural Networks; Amaysim promotes Ogrin to managing director; Unified Comms a ‘global growth engine’; OPINION Windows Phone on the rise.

Verizon takes Aussie ID product worldwide; but loses out in Germany; Australian mobile phone market down; ITU to promote mobile money for the poor; Faulty charger kills NSW woman; Equinix deploys Ciena for virtual networking; America slows down as Europe picks up; MCF wants mobile towers on NSW Crown Land.

NBN in $150 million FTTN pilot with Telstra; with Alcatel-Lucent vectoring cabinets; Telstra Global expands Asian network; Australia slow in Internet speed rankings; Aussies catching the mobile commerce bug; AdelaideFree Wi-Fi network makes its debut; Huawei takes Aussie students to China; AARNet deal brings cloud to higher education.

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