Competition watchdog delays decision on ihail authorisation; Upstart company disrupts historic WAN operations; Motorola revamps its Australian Public Safety Innovation Centre; Global Chatsim wins an Angels? Choice 2015 Award at Dublin Web Summit; Host Analytics, Inside Info launch Sydney data centre; Fact Check: Ericsson and Cisco Systems Partnership; Wireless charging ? three players and no standard yet.

Ericsson, Cisco combined to create ?networks of the future?; Arctic reaction from Internet Australia to the TPP release; nbn triples revenue, loses $336 million for quarter; Another Telstra claimed WORLD FIRST: breaking past the 4G barrier; Ericsson explains Telstra?s LTE-A 1Gbps achievement; CIOs respond to Shadow IT challenge: report; At home or in public, hackers may be spying on you via your smartphone cam.

Amaysim makes its pre-paid plans even more amazing; NBN killer? Nokia and SK Telecom?s joint 5G trial: 19.1 Gbps over the air!; Facebook?s slideshows are video-like for low-bandwidth areas; Australia Post putting up $20 million to drive innovation in ecommerce; Ruckus reassures Cloudpath users on multi-vendor support; Ericsson makes moves to unify 5G infrastructure service market; PMO and Pollenizer launch govt startup incubator: DataStart; Data#3 wins Edith Cowan University contract.

Turnbull makes sweeping changes, appoints unknown Mitch Fifield as Communications Minister; NBN Watch: Rollout slower than ever; Service Stream awarded five year agreement with nbn ; NBN Co launching FTTN product to RSPs today; Aussie homes to online classrooms; Ericsson, HP get together on mobile networking; MyCloud is your Cloud

September a big month for Australian bush says Morrow; Most countries not going all fibre says Morrow; Telstra launches VoLTE calling and world-1st Cat 11 600Mbps-capable device; Ericsson shows off 16A Software behind Telstra?s Cat 11 600Mbps network; Telstra adds new ?Trader Voice? solution to financial trading portfolio; Boost Mobile gets 4G boost well before Telstra MVNOs.

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.

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.

Spectrum Review To ?bring $177 Billion In Benefits?; Industry Welcomes The Spectrum Announcement; The Spectrum Transition Timeframe; Telstra Seals Multi-Million Dollar Railway Contract; Mynetfone Comes In With Record Profits; Vibe, Nextgen To Offer Intellipath In Australia; Australians Like The Idea Of A ?connected? Home.

There’s a transformation underway in Australia’s contact centre market, with on-premise models gradually being displaced by both hosted and cloud contact centre models.

Fletcher Outlines Mobile Directions In Shanghai; Cloud Computing On The Rise, Says Abs; Cryptology Research Potentially A Criminal Activity; Alcatel-Lucent And Bluechip ?to Accelerate Move To Fibre Ultra-Broadband?; Inmarsat And European Space Agency In Major Mobile Satellite Comms Research Deal; Ericsson Celebrates Nbn Fixed Wireless Partnership Too.


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