CommsWire - 21 March 2019


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US says British testing of Huawei gear inadequate
US Government officials have warned that the way Britain is going about building its 5G networks could be a threat to its national security if it used equipment from Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies.

Telstra turns on 5G at its 10,000th mobile network site
Telstra has turned on its 10,000th mobile network site, throwing the switch on a 5G site in the regional Australian city of Toowoomba.

Exploiting existing NBN potential can improve situation: Eckermann
Writing down the value of the NBN to take the pressure off NBN Co trying to increase the average revenue per user and allowing more of the performance potential, that exists, to be made accessible, are steps that could improve the existing situation, networking veteran Robin Eckermann claims.

Only politicians get exemption from encryption law
The Federal Government's encryption law spreads its net far and wide in society, but exempts one class of person — politicians — from its tentacles, according to an analysis of the law by lawyer and consultant Matthew Shearing.

Ericsson selected by TDC for Danish nationwide commercial 5G rollout
Swedish multinational networking and telecommunications company Ericsson has been selected by Danish service provider TDC to roll out nationwide commercial 5G, as part of a major network overhaul, and to provide managed services through the Ericsson operations engine.

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