CommsWire - 26 May 2017


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Patton accuses Morrow of defaming him ?under privilege?
Internet Australia executive director Laurie Patton claims NBN Co CEO Bill Morrow used the cloak of parliamentary privilege to make false and defamatory remarks about him and IA at a Senate Estimates Committee.

NBN's NG-PON2 trials widen gap between FttP and FttN
Recently completed trials by NBN Co of new NG-PON2 technology have achieved expected speeds of 10Gbps over the broadband provider's FttP connections, further widening the performance gap between the FttN and FttP portions of the network.

Inmarsat brings in-flight Wi-Fi to Boeing jet customers
Inmarsat?s next-generation Jet ConneX inflight Wi-fi service is now available to Boeing business jet customers using the Lufthansa Technik two-in-one solution radome.

Tasmania set to have state-wide IoT coverage
Tasmania expects to be the first state to become IoT-ready with 95% of the population set to be covered by a dedicated IoT network before the end of this year.

Bosch announces wireless tech to cut down motorcycle accidents
The German company Bosch has unveiled Australian wireless technology that can potentially cut down on the number of road accidents involving motorcyclists, with a system of communications that warns both the cars and two-wheelers of likely dangers in advance.

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