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ACMA releases industry standards for moving to NBN
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has released two industry standards that it says will help consumers make a smooth transition to the country's national broadband network, the NBN.

Mobile video consumption on the rise: Ooyala

Telstra to cut 8000 employees, contractors by 2022

Optus apologises over 2018 FIFA snafu, will simulcast next two nights on SBS

Take-up of faster NBN plans increasing, company claims
More customers are switching to faster broadband plans, according to NBN Co, which says 70% of new plans being taken up are now either 50Mbps or higher.

2Gbps 4G coming from Telstra this year
Telstra has begun lab tests of a 2Gbps 4G service, and expects to deploy the technology before the end of 2018.

Huawei unlikely to get role in Australian 5G projects: report
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Telecommunications appears unlikely to be allowed to provide equipment for 5G networks in Australia, due to alleged national security concerns, a report claims.

Superloop adds 10,000 broadband customers with SkyMesh purchase
Networking and infrastructure group Superloop has increased its presence in the NBN retail market with its purchase of the broadband customer base of SkyMesh, the Australian subsidiary of Bigblu Broadband.

Telstra 4GX-lite mobile satellite small-cell launches

Don?t exclude Huawei from Australian 5G: chairman
Huawei Australia chairman John Lord has launched a strong defence of the company and its operations, saying that if it were excluded from the 5G network build locally it would be of huge significance for the company.

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