CommsWire - 14 July 2017


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Regional wireless ISPs concerned 3.6GHz spectrum for 5G will wipe them out 
The ACMA’s tune-up consultation day for use of 3.6GHz spectrum for 5G sees telcos happy, but satellite operators and specifically regional wireless ISPs are very concerned.

Equinix tips $42 million into Sydney data centre expansion
Global data centres operator Equinix is investing US$42 million for the expansion of its SY4 International Business Exchange (IBX) data centre in the Sydney suburb of Alexandria.

$39.6k penalty for breach of Spam Act
Australian e-marketing company Upside.Digital has been hit with a $39,600 penalty for breaching the Spam Act, according to the ACMA

Singtel moves to boost cyber security talent
The parent company of Optus, Singtel, has set up a cyber education portal, called Singtel Cyber Security Experience or CSX, to strengthen Singapore's pool of cyber security talent.

Ring ‘The Bell’ – Samsung Note 8 unpacked on 23 August?
Two South Korean sources say August is when the Note 8 will launch, with a 6.32-inch screen, twin cameras and stylus ensuring Samsung’s premium flagship launches with the lot.

Protest against move to get rid of net neutrality law
Companies and non-profits in the US have united to protest against the move by the Federal Communications Commission to get rid of the rules that govern net neutrality.

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