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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

Journal

In this article, we show the path of the evolution in both standards and techniques and provide our vision for the future of the cellular networks. We review the evolution of international standards for cellular mobile networks in the last two decades, describe how the network layout has been migrating from rigid cellular architecture to random and dense small cells, and provide an in-depth discussion on potential enabling techniques for the next generation (5G) cellular networks

June 2014

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Headlines COVER STORY     The new look Australia Post ? two divisions and 1000 less staff SingTel buys two digital advertising vendors Quickflix repels corporate raider Sydney landing station for Hawaiki cable Nokia buys Australia?s Mesaplexx  ANALYSIS      Why Australia lags in video streaming  The $2000 cloud based personal robot is here  ECONOMUSE     An introduction to utility prici

13th June 2014

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This article summarises the ?state of play? in 5G by reviewing the requirements that are driving its development, the performance targets it is aiming for and the technologies being explored to achieve these. It also compares the main capabilities of 5G with those of the earlier generations of mobile technology

March 2014