Nokia adds expertise to Broadband.money platform to help local broadband providers in the US Finnish telecommunications vendor Nokia has partnered with Ready.net - the creator of Broadband.money platform - to connect local broadband providers with unserved and underserved communities in the US.

8th September 2022

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BT strengthens ScottishPower's network connection British telco BT has signed an agreement with ScottishPower to strengthen the connectivity of the company's network of wind farms and offices and its hard-to-reach rural green energy sites. Construction workers struggled with mental health during the pandemic

7th September 2022

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Aussie Broadband fined $213K for over 30,000 IPND safety failures Internet provider Aussie Broadband has been ordered to pay $213,120 after the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) found the company failed to provide customer information to the integrated public number database more than 30,000 times between November 2021 and May 2022. SK C&C taps Nokia's Cloud Managed SD-WAN Service to ramp digital transformation

6th September 2022

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Telstra and Ericsson launch 5G standalone automated and orchestrated services for enterprises Telecommunications company Telstra and Ericsson have introduced a 5G standalone automated and orchestrated services for enterprise featuring interworking with fully automated 5G network slicing, Local Packet Gateway, and 5G enterprise routers with network slicing capabilities delivered by Cradlepoint.  

5th September 2022

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Average online order value grows but units per order shrinks at 13% In the retail sector, Aussies spent on average $2.90 more in each online transaction for an average order value of $138, peaking at $149 in June 2022. However, while the average online order value increased, it did so at lower than inflation and the actual size of shopping carts declined - with units per order shrinking by 13%, according to e-commerce marketplace Pattern.  

2nd September 2022

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WightFibre switches off legacy copper network Fibre network operator WightFibre has announced the completion of its program to switch off its legacy copper network and transition to 100% fibre, which the company says puts the Isle of Wight a full 10 years ahead of the rest of the UK. Samsung to deliver private 5G networks for Korean enterprises

1st September 2022

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Brad Whitcomb appointed as Telstra group executive for consumer and small business Telstra has announced its new group executive for consumer and small business will be Brad Whitcomb, making the jump from chief customer office for NBN Co. He replaces Michael Ackland who has transitioned to Chief Financial Officer. Optus activates three towers in Queensland

31st August 2022

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SpaceX launches 54 Starlink LEO satellites Launch services and satellite company SpaceX launched 54 Starlink broadband satellites into orbit and landed a rocket on a ship at sea on 28 August. Deutsche Telekom expands 5G network with 3.6 GHz antennas

30th August 2022

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T‑Mobile and SpaceX announce global coverage plan In a live event last week, global telecoms operator T-Mobile joined launch and satellite communications provider SpaceX to announce Coverage Above and Beyond: an ambitious plan which the companies claim will bring cell phone connectivity everywhere in the US. Australian telco Swoop records revenue growth of 130% in FY22 results

29th August 2022

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Ericsson and Google demonstrate network slicing on Android phone Ericsson and Google have shown how a single device can use network slices with different characteristics for work and consumer purposes. Macquarie Telecom delivers eight successive years of EBITDA growth Macquarie Telecom has announced its financial results for the full year ended 30 June 2022, which are at the top end of prior guidance.

26th August 2022

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