CommsWire - 13 May 2019


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Optus reveals first 50 Ericsson 5G site locations
Optus has revealed the list of the first 50 5G site locations to be built by Ericsson across Sydney and Melbourne as part of its multi-vendor 5G rollout.

Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson claim they topped 100Gbps over microwave link
Swedish telecommunications equipment vendor Ericsson and Germany's Deutsche Telekom say they have achieved a "landmark" data transmission rate by consistently exceeding 100Gbps on a trial microwave link over 1.5km.

Avaya says looking at potential buyout as 2Q2019 revenue dips
Unified communications vendor Avaya has seen a dip in revenue during the second quarter of fiscal 2019, with the company saying it earned US$709 million, a fall of 3.9% from the first quarter, and adding that it was exploring a buyout.

India investigating Google over alleged abuse of Android dominance
The Competition Commission of India, the country's anti-trust agency, has issued orders for a probe into Google for allegedly abusing the position enjoyed by its Android mobile operating system to block its rivals.

Phishing security threat facing Australian businesses: report
Phishing is seen by almost one in two (44%) of Australian businesses as the biggest security threats they face, with ransomware, password and business email compromise continuing to beset organisations, according to a newly published survey.

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