CommsWire - 18 April 2019


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Australia lags in take-up, penetration of FttH in APAC region
Australia lags well behind Asia Pacific markets like Singapore, China and South Korea in the take-up and penetration of fibre to the home/building (FttH/B) services, according to a newly published report.

Newcastle selects NNNCo platform for smart city data standardisation
Australian regional city Newcastle has selected a data platform from IoT network operator NNNCo as part of the Newcastle City Intelligent Platform implementation.  

Ericsson, Swisscom team up to deliver European commercial ‘5G first'
Ericsson and Switzerland’s largest telecommunications service provider, Swisscom, have partnered to switch on what they say is the first large-scale commercial 5G network in Europe to support commercially available smartphones.

Airtel ties up with Cisco for SD-WAN and Webex services
Indian telecommunications service provider Bharti Airtel and global technology provider Cisco have signed an agreement to offer advanced networking and connectivity solutions for businesses of all sizes in India.

Avaya fills two Australian roles from training academy
The latest cohort to complete the Avaya Academy training course staged by the Santa Clara based multinational unified communications company includes two people in Australia.

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