The latest issue of our journal, the Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy, is now available at https://telsoc.org/journal/jtde-v10-n1. Please have a look at it.
13th April 2022
TelSoc announces this years Henry Sutton Oration speaker Each year TelSoc hosts the Henry Sutton Oration in Melbourne to commemorate the distinguished but scarcely known Victorian scientist, engineer and inventor from Ballarat. Nokia to exit the Russian market Just yesterday Kenn Mendoza reported that Ericsson had withdrawn from Russia. Today Nokia has done similar announcing that it is exiting the Russian market.
13th April 2022
Endeavour Energy harnesses 5G and drones to conduct inspections and improve worker safety Electricity distribution network Endeavour Energy conducted its first on-site inspection using a combination of 5G, cloud, artificial intelligence (AI), drone technology, and ultra-high-definition cameras.
12th April 2022
AIIA pushes for the creation of Minister of Government Services and Digital Economy The Australian Information Industry Association is urging the next government to create a new cabinet level Minister of Government Services and the Digital Economy.
11th April 2022
Hewlett Packard enterprise trials 24 research experiments to develop breakthroughs In-space commercial edge computing HPe spaceborne computer-2 has completed 24 research experiments to accelerate time-to-insight from months and days, to minutes
8th April 2022
Labor responds to Coalition spending in regional areas Labor responds to the recent Coalition Government spending spree on regional communications by promising more than $600 million of funds to improve connectivity for roads, regional communities and farms.
7th April 2022
Rogers and OVIN launch 5G transportation challenge Canadian communications technology and media company Rogers Communications and the Ontario Vehicle Innovation Network (OVIN) have launched a 5G challenge for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that operate in Ontario to accelerate innovation in the automotive sector.
6th April 2022
Optus suffers voice outage Australian telco Optus has reported that customers are having issues making voice calls over both their mobile and land line services. Telsyte: Apple and Samsung smartphone sales plunged in 2H21; interest in foldable devices growing The smartphone sales of Apple and Samsung took a hit in 2H21 due to supply chain shortages and a hangover from the pandemic, according to analyst firm Telsyte.
5th April 2022
Macquarie Asset Management announces sale of Axicom to Australia Tower Network Macquarie Asset Management, on behalf of its managed funds, (Macquarie Asset Management) today announced that, alongside its coinvestors, it has entered into binding agreements with Australia Tower Network (ATN), owned by AustralianSuper and Singtel, for the sale of 100% of Axicom for $A3,580m.
4th April 2022
ACCC to conduct public inquiry into regional mobile tower access The Australian Government has directed the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to conduct a public inquiry into access to regional mobile towers and into the feasibility of providing mobile roaming during natural disasters or other emergencies.
1st April 2022