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NBN Co’s new tech lab aimed at improving user experience NBN Co has set up a tech lab which it claims will transform the national broadband network experience for end-users of the network by helping…
Telcos using few NBN Co fixed-wireless towers Australian telecommunications companies have co-located equipment only on a few of the NBN Co's fixed wireless towers so far, the company says.
Network slicing pays off: Ericsson shows how Ericsson says “network slicing has the potential to offer economic benefits in terms of higher revenues and lower operating expenditures, if operational automation and a…
NETGEAR’s new 4G LTE Modem for wireless back-up connectivity or ‘instant Internet’ With wireless broadband an excellent choice for instant back-up connectivity, and for some even a primary form of broadband, Netgear’s new 4G LTE Modem has…
TPG profits up, dividends cut to retain cash for mobile rollout Australia's third largest telco TPG Telecom has announced a 9% rise in its net profit after tax to $413.8 million for its full year 2017…
NBN Co tells business to migrate ‘special services’ to avoid disruption Businesses have been urged to prepare to migrate their special services, which simultaneously use voice, video and data services, to the NBN access network ahead…
Optus says fibre cable cut repaired after 12 hours An Optus transmission cable that was cut in Melbourne on Monday was restored last night, the company said today.
Top Australian telcos mostly mum on security reforms Australia's main telecommunications providers appear to be mostly wary of commenting on the security reforms for the industry which were passed by parliament last week.
Qualcomm CEO: 5G phones on shelves in 2019, not 2020 In an interview in Frankfurt, Qualcomm chief executive Steve Mollenkopf said real 5G devices could be expected on retail shelves in 2019, at least a…

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