CommsWire - 15 March 2017


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Telcos ahead of government but behind banks on service delivery
A new survey of consumers has rated telecoms companies fourth on a list of sectors that use technology effectively to deliver services.

Vocus goes with Nutanix cloud for infrastructure modernisation
Vocus Communications is modernising its infrastructure with the Dell EMC XC Series appliance running the Nutanix enterprise cloud platform.

NBN Co spins, to plant idea that upgrade was ‘planned’
The NBN Co is back with another round of "facts", something in the same vein as those its chief Bill Morrow was spouting a few weeks back.

Chorus must keep UBA service congestion free, says NZ Commerce Commission
New Zealand’s competition enforcement and regulatory agency, The Commerce Commission, says the country’s largest telecommunications infrastructure provider, Chorus, should upgrade its capacity as needs grow so that telcos and consumers can continue to make the best use of the capacity of copper lines.

Adam Judd joins F5 as APAC sales chief
Global application delivery networking provider F5 Networks has appointed 25 year ICT industry executive Adam Judd as senior vice president, sales for the Asia Pacific region.

Yahoo! chief Mayer will get US$23m to walk after deal
Yahoo! chief executive Marissa Mayer will leave the company after its deal with Verizon is completed, but will be handsomely compensated with a payout of US$23 million.

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