CommsWire - 26 April 2017


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NBN rockets to new speed high in Gigabit wireless trial
NBN Co is cock-a-hoop over a speed trial in which the network hit speeds of 1.1Gbps downstream and 165mbps upstream in a recent fixed wireless demonstration in Ballarat attended by CommsWire.

NBN Co provides more alternative facts, paid for by the taxpayer
When do you know for certain that the folk who run a public sector project such as the NBN have realised that they will fail to achieve their goals and need to retreat into a world of fantasy? When you start seeing puff pieces in the media, paid for by the unwitting taxpayer, glorifying the project in question.

ISPs avoid adverse comment on Tehan?s malware plan
Australia's big ISPs have danced around a trial balloon launched by Dan Tehan, the Minister assisting the Prime Minister on Cyber Security, suggesting that the government may make ISPs responsible for blocking malware.

Megaport, Oracle collaborate in the cloud
Interconnection services provider Megaport has sealed a deal with Oracle to facilitate connections for Oracle customers via its data centre network.

NetSuite to open Australian data centre
NetSuite announced today it has the budget and the green light to open a data centre in Australia, as soon as the operations team can implement it.

Three months on, no Linksys router patches for remote holes
More than three months after being informed about remotely exploitable vulnerabilities in 25 router models, Linksys is yet to issue patches to remedy them.

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