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MWC shows the Path to 5G; Samsung moves into next Galaxy with S6; FCC confirms net neutrality; NBN completes 3.5 GHz wireless trial; HP to acquire Aruba Networks; TPPA, data retention and copyright laws ? the unholy trinity.

6th March 2015

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The path to 5G opens up The biggest news at Mobile World Congress; Netflix ANZ here on 24 March; iiNet pays $204,000 in penalties for advertising breach; Inmarsat and Aussie aviation partner on global flight tracking; HP to acquire Aruba Networks; Broadband over HFC booming ? Arris the leader; Optus to release own brand ?Cash by Optus? smartphone; Telstra and Cisco team for on-demand services; Ericsson cloud gets ?hyperscale upgrade?; Facebook founder underwhelms at MWC

4th March 2015

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Greetings from Barcelona; Telstra outlines path to 5G a Mobile World Congress while Telstra and Ericsson join forces on 5G; Samsung moves into next Galaxy with S6; Data retention report calls for clarification; Optus trials real-time video with Nokia?s Liquid Applications; FCC?s net neutrality rules adopted ?to protect the Internet?;ed ?to protect the Internet?.

2nd March 2015

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TELSTRA GOES VIDEO; Telstra and Verizon launche 100G on submarine networks; Megaport adds Google Cloud interconnect; ACCAN questions new NBN greenfields costs; ANALYSIS Cherries are in season ? but only NBN Co can pick them; ECONOMUSE Netflix ? the elephant in the pay TV room; Hutch to buy UK?s O2 off Telefonica?; Ofcom prepares for 5G; Telstra enters the Matrixx; Indonesia?s Telkom pulls out of 2 Degrees bid; Optus extends 4G Plus to its entire network; Vodafone pushes 4G as broadband...

23rd January 2015

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ANALYSIS High Noon - the great 2015 streaming shootout; Hey, Presto! Giving Netflix the flick; as Fetch TV brings out BBC big guns; Dumb and Dumber - the two biggest piracy drivers; GSMA outlines 5G future; What were they thinking? Lenovo builds a lemon.

9th December 2014

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COVER STORY Fixed line telephony in major global decline; New group launches communications initiative; Not so fast on data retention, says committee; OPINION Brandis: I can see you but you can?t see me ; Telstra launches 4GX in Melbourne; Asia Pacific FTTH reaches 100 million, no thanks to Australia; ACMA flags changed OTT regulation; Chorus reduces UFB cost guidance; Fire service using Polycom video collaboration; Ericsson and IBM collaborate on 5G antenna designs; Telco IT investment growing...

28th November 2014

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Telstra launches 4GX in Melbourne; Asia Pacific FTTH reaches 100 million, no thanks to Australia; Deloitte releases Australian edition of its Mobile Consumer Survey; Ericsson and IBM collaborate on 5G antenna designs; Telco IT investment growing; Chorus reduces UFB cost guidance.

26th November 2014

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Expedia to buy Wotif; Triple Zero review; NT Government and Telstra connect the bush; My Net Fone acquires iBoss; Huawei Australia to expand into data centres; The Trans-Pacific Partnership debate; Zuckerberg says the Internet more important than the printing press; SubPartners to use NextDC's P1 for APX cables; Alcatel-Lucent hits 10 Gbps over copper; NewSat secures $11.7 million contract for Jabiru-2 capacity; Australia ?lags the world? on mobile strategy; Respecting your privacy ? new ?...

11th July 2014

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Turnbull launches National Map; NT Government and Telstra connect the bush; SubPartners to use NextDC's P1 for APX cables; Alcatel-Lucent hits 10 Gbps over copper Bell Labs has developed a prototype technology which it says paves the way; NewSat secures $11.7 million contract for Jabiru-2 capacity; Australia ?lags the world? on mobile strategy; US networking market 'healthy'.

10th July 2014

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TELSTRA IN COURT ? 1 Telstra-NBN battle over CPI indexing heats up; TELSTRA IN COURT ? 2 Telstra wins ? court says dispute ?not a dispute?; Vocus acquisition of FX Networks confirmed; Telstra invests in mobile security company; Teens big users of mobile Internet ? but online less than adults; ECONOMUSE How low can you roam?; Ericsson claims 5 Gbps on prototype 5G

3rd July 2014