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Chinese Mobile Market Huawei takes record 42% share of China smartphone market in Q3 The smartphone market in mainland China grew marginally in the third quarter, with shipments increasing to 97.8 million from 97.6 million units in the second quarter. Huawei extended its market lead by shipping 41.5 million smartphones, to take its market share to a record 42%.

1st November 2019

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North America a global leader in 5G, says GSMA North America is one of the most advanced mobile regions in the world as a result of significant operator investments in 5G, according to a newly published study from mobile industry body GSMA. Vonage opening second Australian office US unified communications company Vonage is opening a second Australian office as part of its continuing expansion throughout the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region.

24th October 2019

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Is Huawei really a threat to US and Australia? OPINION: The USA and Australia have both banned Huawei from government contracts. The reasons have never been spelt out. Meanwhile the company is leading the way in 5G and Australia will – yet again – pay more for inferior technology.

23rd October 2019

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Europeans close to 5G security agreement The Member States of the European Union are close to finalising a new framework for assessing the risk of 5G networks. FCC narrowly approves T-Mobile-Sprint merger T-Mobile and Sprint, will finally merge – maybe. The transaction has been approved by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) by a 3-2 vote, but some states have filed lawsuits against the deal.

19th October 2019

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Sunrise shows glimpse of the 5G future Swiss telco Sunrise is the most advanced in the Western World in its implementation of 5G. Its innovations show the potential of the technology. It will come sooner than you think. Telstra and Optus announce Google Pixel 4 deals Telstra and Optus have both launched their mobile plan offerings for the new Google Pixel 4 smartphones, each with a raft of offers to tempt consumers.

18th October 2019

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5G implementation ‘faster than expected’ says Huawei Leading European telcos have used Huawei’s Mobile Broadband Forum in Zürich to outline their 5G plans for the next five years. In Europe at least, 5G has arrived. Penn gets pay increase to $5m, union calls ignored

17th October 2019

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Germany snubs US over Huawei 5G ban Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies will not be excluded from the rollout of 5G in Germany, with the government stating on Monday that no company would be banned.

16th October 2019

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5G for Business in Australia awn for explosive growth The latest research from Samsung Australia and Tech Research Asia explores 5G readiness of Australian businesses. ANU gets grant for research into optical technologies The Australian National University has been given a grant of $34.9 million by the Federal Government to set up the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Transformative Meta-Optical Systems.

12th October 2019

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Nokia claims ‘industry-first’ integrated intent-based solution launch Nokia has claimed the industry’s first launch of a fully integrated intent-based solution that it says completely changes how operators build fixed access networks to deliver ultra-broadband services.

11th October 2019

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Telstra buys stake in Southern Cross Cable Network Australia's largest telco Telstra has put pen to paper with the signing of a conditional agreement to take up a 25% equity interest in the US$300 million trans-Pacific Southern Cross Cable Network (SCCN).

3rd October 2019