CommsWire - 9 August 2019


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Huawei Australia CEO reaffirms commitment to Australia despite 5G ban 
The boss of the Australian subsidiary of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei issued a statement reaffirming the company’s intention to keeping its operations going in the country regardless of Federal Government policy banning its participation in the 5G rollout.

Adoption of emerging technologies will be enabled by 5G: analyst
The Internet of Things (IoT), autonomous vehicles, robots & drones, as well as virtuality reality (VR) have been identified as emerging technologies that will be more readily adopted through the enabling communications technology of 5G, according to a new analyst note.

Vertel partners with Purple on $1m Wi-Fi infrastructure project
Telecommunications carrier Vertel and its analytics partner Purple have partnered with Reflections Holiday Parks in a $1 million deal to create a new Wi-Fi infrastructure across four of its holiday parks along the NSW North Coast.

Optus Sport goes 5G for UK Premier league match
Optus Sport, which is in its fourth year of broadcasting UK Premier League football, is claiming a world first with the broadcasting of a match on a 5G global network.

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