CommsWire - 12 October 2017


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NBN SAU changes ‘unfair’ to consumers: ACCAN
ACCAN CEO Teresa Corbin has cast doubt on the fairness to consumers of proposed changes to the National Broadband Network Special Access Undertaking, the SAU.

Vodafone launches commercial NB-IoT services in Melbourne CBD
Vodafone Australia is set to commence the next stage of deployment of its commercial narrowband Internet of Things network, making it the first Australian telco to launch such a service.

Vodafone IoT Barometer report for 2017/18: APAC ahead of the pack
With the adoption of IoT technologies having "more than doubled" since Vodafone launched its first Barometer in 2013, IoT is creating new services, transforming businesses and more.

Buddy Platform, T-Mobile seal global connectivity deal 
Australian-listed Internet of Things (IoT) data management company Buddy Platform has inked an agreement with US mobile operator T-Mobile for the provision of worldwide data connectivity for the Buddy Ohm platform.

Report: 50% of TV viewing to be mobile by 2020
A new report finds that "linear and video on demand (VOD) viewing will be almost equal in just three years," with mobile viewing to soar and 1 in 3 consumers by 2020 to be VR users.

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