Encryption bill powers 'may clash with parliamentary privilege'
Ericsson report says 5G will cover 40% of population by 2024
Swedish telecommunications multinational Ericsson says it expects about 40% of the world's population to be covered by 5G by 2024, with 2019 being the year that the technology takes off.
Telstra signs 5G deal with Ericsson, tech rolled out in three cities
Telstra has announced that Swedish telecommunications supplier Ericsson will be its main partner in rolling out 5G, with an agreement signed by the two companies on Wednesday.
NBN Co given 3 months to improve wholesale deals with RSPs
Vocus puts ASC into service early as SMW-3 cable fails
The Australia Singapore Cable has been switched on for use ahead of its scheduled 14 September service date, following a major disruption on the Sea-Me-We3 submarine cable between Perth and Singapore.
ACCC reports third of NBN users now on 'higher speed plans'
Huawei unlikely to get role in Australian 5G projects: report
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Telecommunications appears unlikely to be allowed to provide equipment for 5G networks in Australia, due to alleged national security concerns, a report claims.
Software fault triggered Telstra mobile network outage
SMBs lack confidence in delivery of NBN within two years
Optus commits to early 2019 5G fixed wireless rollout
With 3GPP phase one 5G standardisation achieved, Optus said it will "commence the roll out of 5G technology in Australia by early 2019 with a fixed wireless product in key metro areas."
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