CommsWire - 8 October 2019


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Spirit of Tasmania passengers get new high-speed satellite Internet service
Passengers on the Spirit of Tasmania ferry service between Devonport and Melbourne now have access to high-speed Internet, with a partnership by the ferry operators with Australian satellite Internet provider, IPSTAR Broadband.

Australians attracted to connecting tablets to mobile networks
Two in five Australians (46%) are interested in connecting their tablets to mobile networks, especially if it can be connected using a mobile data sharing plan, according to a new forecast from technology analyst firm Telsyte.

Software AG, James Cook uni to offer IoT engineering degree
German integration software provider Software AG and James Cook University have teamed up to offer a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) with a major in Electronic Systems and Internet of Things Engineering course curriculum, using the company's Cumulocity IoT platform and industrial expertise.

ACMA warns SA Liberal Party over robocalls breach
The South Australian (SA) Division of the Liberal Party of Australia has been taken to task by the telecommunications regulator the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) for making polling robocalls during prohibited calling times.

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