CommsWire - 27 February 2019

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ACMA warns telcos to comply with customer data obligations
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has told 11 telecommunications providers to comply with their obligations that support emergency service across the country.

Software AG, Telstra team up to build water management system
Digital transformation solutions firm Software AG and Telstra have together developed a digital automated water management system based on Telstra's IoT platform and the Cumulocity IoT Solution Accelerator for Water Management.

NZ freight firm adopts Spark's IoT Asset Tracking Service
New Zealand's biggest freight and logistics company Mainfreight has begun using a new Internet of Things Asset Tracking Service developed by telco Spark.

MNF Group reports lower revenue, profit for HY2019
Communications provider MNF Group has reported a drop in both revenue and net profit after tax for the first half of financial year 2019, reporting $98.1 million in revenue for the period ($116.7 million in HY2018) and $3.1 million in NPAT ($6.1 million in HY2018).

Vocus Group holds HY revenue steady, but profits drop
Fibre network services provider the Vocus Group has held revenue more or less steady for the half-year 2019, with the company pulling in $974.2 million, a rise of 1% over the $967.3 million reported for the half-year 2018.