CommsWire - 24 May 2017


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NBN Co chief Morrow told to 'cut out the spin'
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow's claim that any upgrades to Australia's national broadband network will be funded by the company itself have been called into question by Internet Australia executive director Laurie Patton.

Telstra, City of Joondalup partner on smart cities trial
Telstra and the City of Joondalup in Western Australia have joined forces in a trial of smart city applications using Internet of Things applications.

More turn to mobile to watch sport as Ovo snares water polo deal
Content platform provider OVO Mobile has inked a deal with Water Polo Australia to broadcast live and exclusive coverage - on mobile devices - of National Water Polo League and other major water polo tournaments in the lead-up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

Foxtel expands its NBN footprint
Foxtel has expanded availability of its National Broadband Network services for premises in fibre to the node (FttN) and fibre-to-the-building (FttB) serviceable areas across Australia.

Xref wins contract for NBN candidate referencing
Human resources tech company Xref has won a tender to provide automated, online candidate referencing to NBN Co for the National Broadband Network.

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