CommsWire - 15 March 2019

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Labor says no quick changes, fixing NBN will be take time
The Australian Labor Party will not make any quick changes to the rollout of the national broadband network if it comes to power in the Federal Election later this year, but will take a "responsible" approach to the project.

OVO launches mobile broadband plan as ‘real alternative’ to NBN
Mobile telecommunications company OVO Mobile has launched a new mobile broadband product, Boom XL 500GB, which it has cast as a “real alternative” to the NBN and other fixed broadband offerings.

NetComm releases new 4G LTE category-1 IIoT router
Australian networking solutions provider NetComm Wireless has launched the NTC-220, a new 4G LTE category-1 Industrial IoT router, that it claims will deliver "reliable and secure medium bandwidth connectivity" using available LTE networks.

China, Nigeria major source of cloud application attacks: report
China was the second most prevalent country of origin, behind Nigeria, for cloud application attacks  originating in the first quarter of 2019, with 26% of global attacks coming from Chinese IP addresses, a according to a newly released security report.

Juniper goes open networking in cloud with Sonic
Networking vendor Juniper Networks has announced native integration of its platforms with Software for Open Networking in the Cloud (Sonic), which was developed by Microsoft and contributed to the Open Compute Project Foundation.