CommsWire - 2 October 2019


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Telstra buys stake in Southern Cross Cable Network
Australia's largest telco Telstra has put pen to paper with the signing of a conditional agreement to take up a 25% equity interest in the US$300 million trans-Pacific Southern Cross Cable Network (SCCN).

realme to enter Australian smartphone market this month
The over-crowded Australian smartphone market will see another entrant this month when the Chinese brand realme launches four devices at a function in Sydney on 17 October.

Ericsson, KDDI to deploy Japan 5G network
Ericsson has been selected by communications service provider KDDI as the primary 5G vendor for next-generation network deployment in Japan.

Nokia, Etisalat claim ‘world first’ single-carrier Tbps field trial
Nokia and United Arab Emirates telecommunications services group Etisalat have claimed a capacity record with the trial of a world first field trial of single-carrier terabit-per-second data transmission on a deployed fibre network.

Another blackspot eliminated as Firefly gets improved mobile phone coverage
The rural community of Firefly on the NSW mid north coast now has improved mobile phone coverage with the switching on of a new tower co-funded by Optus and the Federal Government as part of the rollout of the Government’s Mobile Black Spot Program.

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