CommsWire 24 July 2014
Telstra sends more jobs to AsiaWhen Telstra boss David Thodey said the company?s future is in Asia, he was right. That?s where many of the company?s jobs are headed.
CommsWire 22 July 2014
ACMA hosts regional regulators? meeting ? ?strength in diversity?The Australian Communications and Media Authority is playing host to the fourth Asia Pacific Regulators Roundtable, being held this week in Sydney.
NBN, VERTIGAN, TELSTRA AND LOWERED EXPECTATIONS; IBM and Apple form unlikely alliance; Kiwi ISP gets around geoblocking; Buckingham confirmed as iiNet CEO; Australia at top of new e-trade index; Google forms council on ?right to be forgotten?; Large screen iPhone delayed; Huawei unveils its new data centre products; and a green supply chain; Fujitsu spending billions on the cloud; Sprint and T-Mobile close to a deal; Collaboration a big boost to local economy; CloudFlare picks Equinix for big expansion; Apple hits back at China over privacy fears; ACMA looks to lower fees for professional wireless microphone users; Rupert Murdoch calls NBN 'ridiculous'; and Time Warner rebuffs him; Telecom NZ to launch 4G mobile over 700 MHz; Pacnet gets Gartner gong; Juniper boosts executive team; Telstra statement to ASX on divestments; Ciena announces major new software suite; Brocade joins Ethernet Consortium; while Riverbed joins Azure group; Digital watermarking may end piracy.
NBN Co?s $3 million man exceeds lowered expectations; Kiwi ISP gets around geoblocking; ACMA looks to lower fees for professional wireless microphone users; Telstra statement to ASX on divestments; Ciena announces major new software suite; Juniper boosts executive team.
Telstra-NBN battle over CPI indexing heats up; Telstra wins ? court says dispute ?not a dispute?; Vocus acquires FX Networks; Telstra invests in mobile security company; NBN Co argues for continued monopoly; NBN fixed wireless passes 100,000 premises; ACMA announces new mobile to 1800 and 13/1300 framework; and ACCAN will monitor the commitments; Global networks ?full of obsolete devices?; Physical location of data ?will become increasingly irrelevant? in post-Snowden era; Malone continues to cash out of iiNet; O3B?s next four satellites to launch next week; Kiwi researcher signs on to Hawaiki; Ruckus US deployments a pointer to Aussie Wi-Fi future; Phablets poised for growth in Australia ? and smartwatches and fitness bands; Hey Presto, now with added Chromecast; Verizon takes Aussie ID product worldwide; but loses out in Germany; Australian mobile phone market down; NTT announces SDN / NFV service; Inabox to acquire Neural Networks; Ericsson claims 5 Gbps on prototype 5G; Amaysim promotes Ogrin to managing director; Unified Comms a ?global growth engine?; ITU to promote mobile money for the poor; Faulty charger kills NSW woman; Equinix deploys Ciena for virtual networking; America slows down as Europe picks up; MCF wants mobile towers on NSW Crown land; Teens big users of mobile Internet ? but online less than adults; ECONOMUSE How low can you roam?; Inmarsat?s Global Xpress service begins; Cisco signs Flinders University deal; OPINION Windows Phone on the rise.
NBN Co argues for continued monopoly; NBN fixed wireless passes 100,000 premises; ACMA announces new mobile to 1800 and 13/1300 framework; and ACCAN will monitor the commitments; Ruckus US deployments a pointer to Aussie Wi-Fi future; Phablets poised for growth in Australia ? and smartwatches and fitness bands; Hey Presto, now with added Chromecast; Inmarsat?s Global Xpress service begins.
COVER STORY THE GREAT MOBILE DATA WARS BEGIN ? Optus revamps mobile plans? ? as Telstra also introduces data sharing? ? so Credit Suisse downgrades Telstra
NBN Co publishes interactive rollout mapNBN Co has released a new interactive map on its website which it says shows more information about the progress of the rollout.
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