Telstra to acquire Globecast
? Cisco to open $20m research centre in Australia
? Optus confirms Cisco Intercloud partnership
? Telstra to use and market Cisco Spark
? Security frameworks 'too complicated' says Telstra?
Ericsson buys into China
Labor bends over on data retention
ACCC rejects Telstra?s access charge plans
Who should we fear most ? Telstra or NBN Co?
Telstra of Arabia 1: Etisalat Smarthub Telstra of Arabia 2: A new POP in the desert
IBM SoftLayer spreads to Sydney
Ericsson to cut thousands of Swedish jobs
Ruckus ZoneFlex H500
The path to 5G opens up The biggest news at Mobile World Congress; Netflix ANZ here on 24 March; iiNet pays $204,000 in penalties for advertising breach; Inmarsat and Aussie aviation partner on global flight tracking; HP to acquire Aruba Networks; Broadband over HFC booming ? Arris the leader; Optus to release own brand ?Cash by Optus? smartphone; Telstra and Cisco team for on-demand services; Ericsson cloud gets ?hyperscale upgrade?; Facebook founder underwhelms at MWC
Greetings from Barcelona; Telstra outlines path to 5G a Mobile World Congress while Telstra and Ericsson join forces on 5G; Samsung moves into next Galaxy with S6; Data retention report calls for clarification; Optus trials real-time video with Nokia?s Liquid Applications; FCC?s net neutrality rules adopted ?to protect the Internet?;ed ?to protect the Internet?.
2015 ? the year of video streaming; Stan joins Presto, Netflix, Fetch TV, BigPond Movies, Quickflix, Apple TV ?; FCC warns hotels against blocking Wi-Fi; Data retention hearings ? why bother? Newsat defaults; Hutchison moves on O2; iPhone 6 gives Apple record result
Telstra gets go-ahead for NBN migration plan; NewSat defaults ? share price even lower; Ericsson down on weak North American sales; Excuse me while I take a TV break; Cars and kitchens and things ? all on the Internet.
Telstra confirms Pacnet acquisition; OPINION Pacnet a good fit with Telstra; Aussie Internet speeds up, but ranking down; Australia recorded an increase in average Internet speeds in the last quarter,; Ericsson joins clouds with the sea; ANALYSIS Apple increases smartphone market share; and iOS booming in Australia, too.
COVER STORY Fixed line telephony in major global decline; New group launches communications initiative; Not so fast on data retention, says committee; OPINION Brandis: I can see you but you can?t see me ; Telstra launches 4GX in Melbourne; Asia Pacific FTTH reaches 100 million, no thanks to Australia; ACMA flags changed OTT regulation; Chorus reduces UFB cost guidance; Fire service using Polycom video collaboration; Ericsson and IBM collaborate on 5G antenna designs; Telco IT investment growing; Europe to Google: make ?right to be forgotten? global; Massive growth in Wi-Fi in Australia; NetComm?s future tied to M2M; IDC predicts global tablet growth at 7.2% over 2014 including ?iPad decline?; as Telstra doubles down on tempting tablets; Ericsson to provide Tasmanian gateway; Turnbull opens DiData?s Canberra cloud centre; ... and Telstra to build government cloud; Australians ?addicted? to smart devices, but believe we lag behind in digital; and Deloitte releases Australian edition of its Mobile Consumer Survey; BT in talks to buy O2 and EE; ACMA releases AISI malware portal; and ACORN planted to wipe out cybercrime ; ANALYSIS Vodafone forced to deny sale speculation; Telstra, Ericsson, Qualcomm hit 450 Mbps on 4G; ZipTel launches global data SIM card; Adobe backpedals on Click Frenzy claims; BT in talks to buy O2, and maybe EE; Telstra says small cells bring big rewards; Spark and Huawei ink Kiwi mobile deal.
New group launches communications initiative; Not so fast on data retention, says committee; OPINION Brandis: I can see you but you can?t see me; Ericsson to provide Tasmanian gateway; Telstra doubles down on tempting tablets; Europe to Google: make ?right to be forgotten? global; Massive growth in Wi-Fi in Australia.
Telstra launches 4GX in Melbourne; Asia Pacific FTTH reaches 100 million, no thanks to Australia; Deloitte releases Australian edition of its Mobile Consumer Survey; Ericsson and IBM collaborate on 5G antenna designs; Telco IT investment growing; Chorus reduces UFB cost guidance.
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