Speedcast Picks Up Newsat Business In Asset Fire Sale; Telstra Gsm Switch Off 2016 But Nokia Says 100% Gsm Data Growth; ?fantastic? New European 5g Initiative; Ericsson Claims Eu 5g Standards Lead; G.Fast And Vdsl Replacing Adsl; Business Takes A ?pragmatic? Approach To Iot.

Netflix Takes Strong Lead In Svod Market; 4g Growth Moving To Developing Markets; Ciena, Cisco And Infinera Lead Optical Scorecard; Juniper, Ruckus Team Up To Deliver New Wired, Wireless Network Solutions; Huawei Selects Australian Ict Students For Seeds For Future Program; Ericsson Launching Uk?s First Uhdtv Channel For Bt Sport; Emerging Markets Lead The Way In Overcoming Mobile Traffic Growth Decline.

Government to shake up spectrum according to report; Details of the government spectrum review; NBN shows steady growth - but needs to ramp up says CEO; Optus grows cloud offerings with Microsoft; NewSat crashes back down to earth in US bankruptcy court; Woolworths MVNO ditches Optus, takes up Telstra; Consumer ?summer? complaints to telcos increase; The rise and rise of the Telstra brand; Ericsson deploys 5G pilot to improve Swedish mines; Nokia takes on the Rock to boost multivendor SON radio optimisation; Australian organisations not prepared for change, says Optus; Telecoms services will double to $42 billion by 2031: Infrastructure Australia; Long-term punt with Racing Victoria for Telstra; Huawei flexes muscles in Malaysia; ?Sniffing? and tracking wearable tech, smartphones a privacy concern; Government spends up big on ICT, with more to come

NBN shows steady growth - but more needed; Optus grows cloud offerings; NewSat crashes to earth in US bankruptcy court; Triple treat as IP traffic heads up and up; Ericsson deploys 5G pilot to improve Swedish mines

Macquarie Bank buys Australia?s mobile towers from crown castle for $2B
Optus boosts MODEST profits with strong mobile growth
Budget: NBN fast track, Netflix tax, multinational crackdown, SME relief, more
Data retention compliance allocation could force smaller ISPs out of business
Telstra takes Ericsson?s CDN on board for network delivered media
Foxtel welcomes tax on digital transactions
Telstra rides the Pacnet wave to extend China market reach
Telstra hits back at competitors with aggressive new GO MOBILE plans
Ericsson threat to Apple profits as wireless patent war expands into Europe
TIO: Net and landline complaints up, overall complaints down
Telstra breached Structural Separation obligations in 2014: ACCC
NZ beats lowly Australia in Netflix providers speed rankings
Telstra?s Pacnet pushes globally optical PEN
COMMENT: Why streaming services will not end piracy
ECONOMUSE: ?Are CVCs evil, stupid and counterproductive?

Telstra takes Ericsson?s CDN for network delivered media; Foxtel welcomes GST tax on digital transactions; Nokia?s strategic partnership for ?exceptional IT infrastructure?; Telstra rides the Pacnet wave to extend China market reach; iPhone holds its own as China smartphone market slips back; Shift in education to 'all-wireless' classrooms.

Telstra hits back at competitors with aggressive mobile plans; Ericsson threat to Apple bottom line as wireless patent war expands into Europe; LTE demand drives growth in data management; US court rules that NSA phone data collection illegal; Samsung to unveil new IoT chipset at Internet of Things World 2015; Uber makes bid for Nokia?s HERE maps.

TPG makes $1.57 billion move for iiNet, 19.9% shareholding in Amcom; Cisco?s Chambers checks out as CEO, Chuck Robbins checks in; Router market in decline due to ?over-buy? capacity; Equinix Cloud Exchange ?ExpressRoutes? Office 365 via Azure; Women spearhead regional telecommunications review panel; Ericsson cracks the code to successful telco growth.

M2 trumps TPG bid for iiNet with scrip and cash offer
iiNet takeover wars heat up further
TPG buys more Amcom shares in bid to block Vocus
TPG pipes in a winner against NBN in court case
5G Not about faster speeds but business for operators
Big changes ahead for ?GenNBN? generation, says NBN

Behind the ?Netflix tax?
Optus renews contract with ATO
VMware vCloud Air goes live in Australia
Brocade enhances campus LAN product set
NEC ?prepares Australia for 5G?
Ericsson takes video to the cloud
China leads as fixed broadband numbers pass 700m


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