Giant wave of super fast broadband to swamp Sydney residents; nbn launches campaign for workers to build network; Public sector dragging chain in response to digital trends; VIDEOS: Google launches new Nexus phones, showcases Android Wear and Android Auto; VIDEO Interview: CA?s APAC CTO talks coming 5G seismic shift; Intel and Oracle mount joint data centre push.

27th October 2015

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Diluted Data Retention compensation sparks ISP outrageISP; Well yes, buying copper is part of the NBN issue; ACCAN welcomes telco review, but way to go on much needed changes; Ruckus buys Cloudpath Networks; Norwood?s World Phone calling Android?s neck of the woods; IBM, Infosys collaborate on Bluemix.

26th October 2015

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Regional Australia needs urgent nbn attention: report; Competition watchdog clears way for Foxtel, Ten acquisitions; Microsoft strikes major deal with NSW Government; Telstra HFC boost coming with Arris kit; From hours to minutes: Increased response from emergency warnings in NZ; Brocade joins NGMN alliance; France gets 100G optical fibre network into homes.

23rd October 2015

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Alcatel-Lucent trials for nbn; nbn ordered $14 million of copper for 1800 km of FttN rollout; Vodafone decries lack of competition: digital future threatened; Inmarsat delivering in-flight connectivity to Lufthansa; Wham, bam, Telstra slam: Kogan responds to ?Telstra and Kogan? statement; SOTI signs Beachley as APAC MD.

22nd October 2015

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IA slams Attorney General?s defence of the Act; $100 Billion in Smart Home revenues predicted by 2020; NEC Australia team builds Oracle box for world market; 5G development: Nokia and du a can-do 5G development deal; ITU approves open standard for immersive sound to transform listening; Inmarsat appoints Vice President of Inflight Services; Comodo?s new silver lining: Acronis Backup Cloud MSP protection.

21st October 2015

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Data Retention compliance could pass to consumers as tax impost: IA; ECONOMUSE: USO levy study ? Final Paper; Kogan Mobile is back via Vodafone at competitive prices; Coles joins prepaid mobile market; Telecommunications for NT remote communities on the improve; Magna hires the King of RF; eftpos partners with Bell ID for new Australian mobile payments capability.

20th October 2015

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NBN plan welcomed, but more information wanted; NBN: 9.5 mill premised by 2018 feasible or an empty promise?; Mobile roaming charges: shock research; Optus beats rival TPG and iiNet for Netflix speed; Melbourne beachgoers to enjoy free wi-fi; Yahoo?s new email app marks 18 years of email service.

19th October 2015

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NBN promises 9.5 million connections by 2018 in new plan; Melbourne City Loop phone coverage now activated; AR wearable computing glasses to replace smartphones and tablets; Nokia merger to create: $900 million cost synergies, 5G Labs; Adtran, Comptel collaborate on broadband; Telstra TV streamer coming 27 October for $109; Telstra, ISGM seal new deal.

16th October 2015

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Telco coalition slams Telstra over reaction to drop in access charges; Greg Adcock exiting NBN; NBN rollout ramping up but a broken promise is a broken promise; Platform-as-a-Service adoption on the rise; Nexon partners with Alcatel-Lucent on enterprise cloud services; The expanded arrangement means that effective on Wednesday, Nexon began offering businesses the Alcatel-Lucent OpenTouch Enterprise Cloud (OTEC) communications technologies in Australia.; Vodafone?s going Voice over LTE, or VoLTE, in December, to postpaid customers initially on the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+ and Note 5.; UltraServe hits a high note with Aussie, global sales.

15th October 2015

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ACCAN: Poorly served areas a priority; The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) has made better communications services for poorly served areas a priority for the next 12 months.; Multi-vendor Solution Outlines NFV Path for Telcos; Mobile banking to exceed 1B users before 2016, 2B by 2020; Kawaguchi Turns to Brocade for Citywide Municipal Ethernet Fabric; LogMeIn agrees deal to acquire LastPass; New research shows more than half of operators plan to deploy carrier-grade Wi-Fi; Enterprises reap benefits of interconnection.

14th October 2015

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