There was a problem with the formatting of the CommsWire Newsletter this morning, so I am re-sending it. Tim Herring
MyRepublic takes up the Internet speed challenge with first offer
Singapore-based Internet service provider (ISP) MyRepublic will officially launch in the Australian market next week with its first unlimited Internet data plans.
Spark NZ to move customers from ?fault prone? copper to fibre, wireless networks
AT&T to acquire Time Warner for US$85 billion in major media/comms shakeup
Remember when AT&T was broken up in the US? Whether you do, or don?t, AT&T is on the verge of becoming the most powerful telco and media organisation in the world.
NBN claims ?lightning speeds? of 8Gbps in XG.FAST trials; Patton restrained on NBN Co planned use of ultra-fast XG technology; Bizcaps, Authenticateit team up in counterfeit medicines fight; VIDEO: ?World?s First Gigabit Class LTE Mobile Device and Gigabit-Ready Network?; Avaya contracted by dnata in 5 year, multi-million dollar deal; Talk to the network because Alexa is listening; Naganayagam joins NetLinkz from SAP;
NBN on board as report predicts global explosion in ultra-fast G.Fast; Sky and Space Global, GomSpace partner on nano-satellite assembly; Google may be stealing mobile traffic: claim; In-flight Wi-Fi: the latest attack vector for cyber theft requires VPN protection; Avaya claims new platform release a glimpse of ?future of UC?; Huawei hosts ?2nd Asia Pacific Submarine Networks Forum? in Singapore;
ACCC wants to continue ADSL regulation; US bans Note7 from all flights, threatens prosecution; Galaxy Note7 debacle shows Samsung in poor light; Telstra?s Google Pixel Android OS updates to be available when Google releases them; All-fibre NBN still top of the agenda for IA; Enterprise mobility market heading to $5.5 billion by decade end; Esri partners with Waze to deliver traffic data sharing options to governments;
Govt gives Hanson seat on NBN committee; Turnbull says NBN represents 'great corporate turnaround'; Vodafone and Nokia?s first Australian ?live public 5G trial?; Telstra joins industry initiative to explore ?truck platooning? benefits; Huawei Marine to build PNG national broadband network; Ghana joint venture to expand SpeedCast African satellite coverage;
Telstra chairman slams Vodafone over mobile roaming support; Early and continuing engagement for NBN employees with Workplace by Facebook; Rising tide of public, industry concerns over MTM, says IA chief; Samsung ends production of Galaxy Note7; Fusion Broadband speeds private WAN rollouts; Yahoo! making it tough for users to leave: report;
Most Aussies hardly use their landline and cost trumps speed; Dubber secures Simetric agreement on mobile recording solution; UK and Australia Govts banning Apple Watch from Cabinet meetings: hacking fears; Big Switch ? like name, like nature; Samsung should cut its losses and take Note7 off the market; Most phones lack protection: survey; Verizon bid to get Yahoo! price lowered: report;
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