ACMA takes action against 7 telcos for failing to comply with TCP Code The Australian Communications and Media Authority has ordered telcos AirTel, Just ISP, New Sprout, City Communications, 1Telecom, and PennyTel to comply with the Telecommunications Consumer Protections Code after failing to submit compulsory compliance statements in 2021.   Smartphone shipments decline for fourth consecutive quarter

1st August 2022

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BAI Communications, Bondi Labs participate in meat processing 5G trial Shared communications infrastructure provider BAI Communications Australia is participating in a 5G trial with the Australian Meat Processor Corporation and augmented intelligence developer Bondi Labs.   Majority of Australians think an affordable internet plan is a must: ACCAN research

29th July 2022

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Transdev Sydney Ferries trials Cradlepoint’s 5G solution for better data access Transdev Sydney Ferries has completed a trial using Cradlepoint’s 5G in-vehicle solutions managed by service partner Australian Sentinel.   Aussie Broadband and Commpete back Communication Minister Michelle Rowland’s rejection of NBN Co’s proposed SAU

28th July 2022

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It's 53 years since man landed on the moon - and Poly was there It's 53 years since the first moon landing in July 1969. However, not only did Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin land on the moon so too did a Poly headset.   Telstra partners with Microsoft to boost connectivity and harness cloud capabilities

27th July 2022

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Optus switches its tower Northern Tasmania to improve mobile coverage Telecommunications company Optus has switched its tower in Northern Tasmania, providing enhanced mobile coverage in the town of Cressy as well as in Cressy Road, Green Rises, Saudridge, and Elphinstone Roads.   Major tech companies report combined loss of $4.3 trillion in Q2 2022: GlobalData

26th July 2022

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Singtel claims 5G network surpasses 95% nationwide coverage Singapore's largest telco and Optus owner Singtel claims to have achieved over 95% standalone 5G nationwide coverage way ahead of its rollout schedule.   ACCC launches Consumer Data Right sandbox to improve data quality

25th July 2022

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NSW Public Safety Network gains Bellata site The NSW Public Safety Network has been expanded with the addition of a new site in Bellata.   Microsoft targets governments with Cloud for Sovereignty platform

21st July 2022

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Thales unveils solution to protect SAP customers’ public cloud data French multinational company Thales has unveiled a data cloud solution that will safeguard SAP customers’ sensitive data in SAP applications in public cloud environments.   Lenovo ISG partners with Cloud Connect WA to offer cloud-based services to enterprises

20th July 2022

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Vodafone NZ sells tower assets for $1.5 billion Telecommunications company Vodafone New Zealand will sell its tower assets for NZ$1.7 billion ($1.5 million) to infrastructure investors Northleaf Capital and InfraRed Partners.   Optus claims Australian first 5G milestone with four component carrier aggregation call

19th July 2022

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TikTok admits Australian user data can be accessible, posing security and privacy concerns Australian user data on TikTok can be accessed by the social media platform's employees, warns Shadow cybersecurity minister James Patterson.   Commpete insists that Telstra-TPG network sharing deal is a merger and it may risk competition in regional Australia

18th July 2022

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