Origin Energy customers migrate to Superloop Origin Energy's 130,000 broadband customers are ready to be migrated from Aussie Broadband to Superloop starting in July and will conclude in October this year. Government begins audit of mobile coverage and capacity

10th May 2024

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Telco consumers facing DFV need stronger protection, urge consumer advocates Telecommunications consumers experiencing domestic and family violence must be protected under the law through direct regulation, argue consumer advocates, in the wake of an important speech by the ACMA chair which raised questions about the effectiveness of the current co-regulatory regime. US revoking licences for Intel, Qualcomm chip exports to Huawei: report

9th May 2024

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It's the perfect time of the year to renew your TelSoc membership, or to join TelSoc! Those who renew or join now will have valid membership through to 30 June 2025. Details on how to renew or join are below.   Financial Member Benefits:

8th May 2024

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Telstra innovates Honda Accord’s connectivity features Japanese automobile company Honda has chosen telco Telstra to power the next-generation technology of the newly-launched Accord. Motorola supplies radios for VRA Rescue NSW Volunteer rescue organisation VRA Rescue NSW deployed Motorola Solutions’ radios with SmartConnect feature to extend the reach and capacity of its mission-critical radio communications.

8th May 2024

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Telstra delays 3G shutdown Telecommunications company Telstra announced it would delay its 3G closure for two more months to give time to users to upgrade their devices. Optus grabs Rue to lead as new governance model introduced Singtel Optus has announced that Stephen Rue will be moving from the position of chief executive at NBN Co to occupy the vacant seat at Optus in November.

7th May 2024

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Samsung, O2 Telefónica launch first vRAN and Open RAN Samsung Electronics and O2 Telefónica launched their first virtualised RAN (vRAN) and Open RAN commercial site in Germany, following extensive trials. Du launches car Wi-Fi device UAE operator Du has launched the du Smart Car, a new car Wi-Fi device that can transform any car into a hotspot, provide monitoring and security information, diagnostics, and maintenance notification.

6th May 2024

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Space Machines launches joint mission to clear space debris Australian in-space servicing firm Space Machines announced Space Maitri (Mission for Australia-India’s Technology, Research, and Innovation), a joint industry-led Australian-Indian mission to demonstrate space debris management and sustainable space future. Vodafone joins LF Edge and announces first project

3rd May 2024

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Aspera launches two dumb phones Homegrown smartphone brand Aspera Mobile has launched two new phones, the F50 flip phone ($99) and F48 candy bar phone ($69) as a response to the 3G network shutdown. Macquarie Telecom recognised again as one of the best tech companies to work for in Australia

2nd May 2024

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RingCentral unveils RingCX Cloud business communications provider RingCentral unveiled the availability of its native, AI-powered contact centre, RingCX. Prices of video subscriptions deter streamers from watching, Kantar study finds

1st May 2024

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Optus outage triggers government reforms on the telco industry The government will begin to implement a set of reforms and rules to improve the emergency call service including a real-time network information during outages and forming a new body in charge to monitor the Triple Zero system, as part of its official response to the review into last year's Optus outage, which affected millions of consumers, businesses, and emergency services.

30th April 2024

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