CommsWire - 5 July 2018


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Vocus signs deal with Alcatel to build sub-sea cable system
The Vocus Group has signed a contract with Alcatel Submarine Networks to build a 4000-kilometre subsea cable linking the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and Australia.

Vodafone, CCP partner on NB-IoT network
Vodafone is partnering with CCP Technologies to deliver critical control point monitoring solutions to CCP’s customers using its Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) network.

NextDC launches Google Cloud Platform connection from Sydney data centre
Australian data centre provider NextDC has launched direct connectivity to Google’s cloud platform from its S1 Sydney data centre.

Washington moves to block China Mobile from operating in US
The US Government has moved to block China Mobile, the world's biggest telecommunications carrier, from providing services to the American market, asking the Federal Communications Commission to block the telco from obtaining a licence to operate in the country.

US permits ZTE to maintain networks while deal negotiated
Chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer ZTE Corporation has been told it can carry out business which is needed to maintain its existing networks and equipment in the US as a deal is being worked out for full operations to resume.

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