ABS June 2015 stats show SVOD spurred massive downloads increase; Is Telstra the bully or is it just the tragedy of the commons?; Ruckus unleashes superior yet simplified Wi-Fi for small biz; Strong compliance by industry with telco consumer code; Siemens, Cohda Wireless collaborate on smart infrastructure; Kenton Group to launch ?fibre-free? ultrafast 320Mbps broadband in Europe; Inmarsat selects Cobham SATCOM for terminal build.
ACMA?s 1800MHz November 2015 auction: applications open; Vodafone offers monthly instalment payment plan for smartphones; Ericsson to acquire Envivio in multi-million dollar deal; ACMA hits 24 telcos with warnings for code breach; ACCC completes broadband performance monitoring pilot; Major mobile operators release iPhone 6S plans.
ACMA tackles challenges of a ?digitised? economy; Rebranding takes Globecast to Telstra Broadcast Services; ALDIMobile revamps pre-paid voice and data lineup; Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus coming 25 September; OPINION:Are there too many Apples in the orchard?; New data hungry Apple products a bonanza for Wi-Fi .
Telcos Want Reduced Powers For Acma; Silicon Meets Photonics In New Optical Chip; Industry Unites Against Copyright Trolls; Superloop Releases First Results As Public Company; More Data, Longer Expires Says Optus; Presto Goes Hd Officially At Long Last; Massive Apple Account Theft From New Malware Hit On Jailbroken Ios.
Accc Approves Tpg Takeover Of Iinet; Out Of Left Field: A Four (Or Five) Pillar Telco Policy?; Travellers Spark Hike In Mobile Data Consumption; Panel Pushes For Direct Use Of .Au Domain; Acma Says 2 Million Aussies Have Svod In New Report; Analysis: Gartner?s Asia Pacific Network Services Ratings, Courtesy Of Telstra.
Dallas Buyers Club Gets Sold Down The River; Choice Warns About Court Side-Stepping Copyright Scheme Using Acma; Out Of Left Field: A Win For Downloaders And A Win For Telcos; Questions And Answers From Telstra; Vodafone And Barnaby Joyce Rejoice Armidale Store.
ANALYSIS: WHERE WILL TELSTRA’S GROWTH COME FROM?Telstra’s annual results were good, but not outstanding. Even with mobiles, it is outgrowing its traditional market of Australian telephony. How can it grow?
Will The Jabiru Ever Fly?; Iphone Booms In Australia But Not Elsewhere; The Latest From Quickflix: The China Syndrome; Aarnet Links Up With California Network; New Telephone Numbering System Up And Going; 5g Service Revenues: Us $65 Billion Globally By 2025.
Quickflix In Asx Trading Halt ? Acquisition Imminent?; Smartphone Growth Slows ? From Spectacular To Merely Massive; Nokia And Alcatel-Lucent Fattening Up Before Merger; Telstra ?to Float Ooyala? In Us; Software Gives Acma New Spectrum Auction Facility; Vulnerability Exposes 1 Billion Android Users; Fujitsu Further Boosts Investment In Data Centres.
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