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CommsWire 21 July 2014

ECONOMUSE     Can we go faster and cheaper, please?
The focus to-date has been on rolling-out the NBN faster and cheaper. The NBN does need to be faster and cheaper ? but to its users.

NBN, VERTIGAN, TELSTRA AND LOWERED EXPECTATIONS; IBM and Apple form unlikely alliance; Kiwi ISP gets around geoblocking; Buckingham confirmed as iiNet CEO; Australia at top of new e-trade index; Google forms council on ?right to be forgotten?; Large screen iPhone delayed; Huawei unveils its new data centre products; and a green supply chain; Fujitsu spending billions on the cloud; Sprint and T-Mobile close to a deal; Collaboration a big boost to local economy; CloudFlare picks Equinix for big expansion; Apple hits back at China over privacy fears; ACMA looks to lower fees for professional wireless microphone users; Rupert Murdoch calls NBN 'ridiculous'; and Time Warner rebuffs him; Telecom NZ to launch 4G mobile over 700 MHz; Pacnet gets Gartner gong; Juniper boosts executive team; Telstra statement to ASX on divestments; Ciena announces major new software suite; Brocade joins Ethernet Consortium; while Riverbed joins Azure group; Digital watermarking may end piracy.

Telstra wins $200 million in NBN court stoush; Unpicking the cherry picking ? what Vertigan means for TPG; Where to now for the Senate NBN Committee?; Collaboration a big boost to local economy; CloudFlare picks Equinix for big expansion; Digital watermarking may end piracy.

Vertigan report lets sleeping dogs lie ? ?with ?important modifications? which help the ACCC; IBM and Apple form unlikely alliance; What the IBM-Apple deal means; Brocade joins Ethernet Consortium; while Riverbed joins Azure group; Time Warner rebuffs Murdoch; Pacnet gets Gartner gong.

Australia at top of new e-trade index; Turnbull trumpets NBN success; Google forms council on ?right to be forgotten?; Large screen iPhone delayed; Huawei unveils its new data centre products; Telecom NZ to launch 4G mobile over 700 MHz

Buckingham confirmed as iiNet CEO; Fujitsu spending billions on the cloud; Sprint and T-Mobile close to a deal; Huawei?s supply chain to ?go green?; Apple hits back at China over privacy fears; Rupert Murdoch calls NBN 'ridiculous'

Telstra in major monitored security deal; Patrick Fair to head CA security panel; NBN cabling site for consumers; Can you live without your phone?; What if you don?t need the NBN?; SBS gets head start with Freeview Plus; Windows Phone gains 500 apps a day; ANALYSIS - Generation Next says content should be free

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Nokia buys Australia?s Mesaplexx
Nokia has acquired Mesaplexx, an Australian developer of RF filtering technology.

COVER STORY     THE GREAT MOBILE DATA WARS BEGIN 
?    Optus revamps mobile plans
?    ? as Telstra also introduces data sharing
?    ? so Credit Suisse downgrades Telstra

NBN Co publishes interactive rollout map
NBN Co has released a new interactive map on its website which it says shows more information about the progress of the rollout. 

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