CommsWire - 8 September 2017


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Equinix does data centre deal with Vocus’ ASC
Data centre operator Equinix has announced that the Vocus-owned Australia Singapore Cable will be made available to customers across its International Business Exchange data centres in Melbourne and Sydney.

Kogan Mobile increases data for all - for free
It’s been a milestone bonanza for the Kogan group of companies, with Kogan Mobile increasing data for all new and existing customers, and Kogan.com increasing active customers.

Oppo finally comes to Telstra with A57 model
It has been a long time coming, but Chinese smartphone brand Oppo has finally cracked the Telstra opportunity, and at $269 has the chance to sell well.

Ericsson expands 5G portfolio with new Massive MIMO radio
Ericsson’s 5g platform now includes its first Massive MIMO, 5G, FDD radio two bridge 4G and 5G, and new network services “that ease operators’ journey to 5G from preparation to actual 5G launch.”

Huawei signs deal to put Microsoft apps on Huawei Cloud
An MOU was signed by Huawei and Microsoft at Huawei’s Connect 2017 event for “in-depth cooperation on the public cloud” to help companies implement “digital transformation.”

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