Telstra looks to return $1.5 billion to shareholders from Autohome sale
Telstra will return $1.5 billion to shareholders in a capital management program using the proceeds from the recent sale of its majority stake in Chinese online car sales business Autohome.
Regional Australia connectivity improves but still lags capital cities: ACMA
Online connectivity and access to the Internet is on the improve for all Australians, including those living in regional and remote areas outside our capital cities and urban areas.
TPG wins multi-million dollar deal with I-MED Network
CenturyLink adds Australian cloud node
Global cloud provider CenturyLink has installed a Cloud node in Sydney to link up with its 73 data centres and 13 other cloud nodes around the world.
ACMA boosts consumer consultative services forum
ACMA sanctions Macquarie Telecom over public database breaches
nbn sets new CVC discount pricing model to encourage ?enhanced broadband experience?; Jobs to go as Optus restructures company; Telstra reinforces its commitment to ?network resilience?; Telstra Free Data Day 2: 2,686 TB of data, 46% more than 14 Feb; Fifield claims Labor Party ready to ?backflip? on nbn; ACMA takes action over alleged breaches of Do Not Call register act; Vodafone expands 4G services to now reach 23 million Aussies; Ciena appoints new chief for Australia, NZ.
Updated TCP Code compliance, monitoring arrangement approved by ACMA; MyNetFone ?re-invents? its home phone service with unlimited voice plans; Amaysim-owned Vaya?s new plans: better value than Amaysim?; NETGEAR updates its 2016 home networking range; Visionstream?s new Aust Comms GM streams into vision; OPPO F1 now $199 at Optus - crazy value; EP2 offers PCI-as-a-Service via Equinix Cloud Exchange
ACMA seeks industry input on Mobile Roaming Standards; Richard Bean replaces Chris Chapman as ACMA chief; Motorola, Ericsson collaborate with Telstra on push-to-talk trial; EFA attacks ?hard-line? Nikolic as head of Intelligence, Security committee; Inmarsat partners with Thales on EU aviation network infrastructure; Pre-order Samsung S7 from Telstra and get a free VR headset; GCX uses NextDC data centres for Australian push.
Revenue up, profits up, customer retention buoys Macquarie Telecom; Livingstone departing Telstra ahead of next phase of growth; Metronode achieves NABERS of 4.5, now going for 5.0; Optus offers its customers free calls to Fiji for two weeks; Optus receives ?global 4G award? at Mobile World Congress; ACMA changes tack on approach to broadband planning; Destination Melbourne for Cisco DevNet & ANZ developers.
Slow speeds, poor performance levels plague broadband services; Optus seals arts centre three-year cloud agreement; Avaya gives its Maan EMEA and APAC leadership role; Telstra takes on satellite-calling 'hotspot'; Lycamobile warned over breach of TCP Code; Cloud underpins rapid growth for Zerto; Westpac launches online global payments solution.
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