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Pivotel joins charity to provide net access in Uganda Australian satellite telecommunications provider Pivotel has partnered with the humanitarian group, Internet for Humanity, to offer communications hardware and Internet access to remote communities in…
Canada's Eastlink uses Ericsson's VoLTE tech to upgrade Canada’s largest family owned and operated telecommunications company Eastlink will use Ericsson's voice over LTE technology to provide better services and lay the foundation for…
Huawei testing fixed wireless service in '5G Living Lab' Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei says it is testing a fixed wireless service in Vancouver with Canadian operator Telus in the latter's "5G Living Lab".
Spirit offers back-up Internet service over wireless NBN alternative Internet service provider Spirit Telecom has launched a back-up Internet service that will remain redundant until it is needed, under the name Redundancy-as-a-Service.
Ciena says it has solutions to ease move to 5G Telecommunications networking equipment, software, and services provider Ciena says it has developed 5G Network Solutions that will aid companies to scale their existing 4G networks…
Adelaide firm Myriota to set up IoT lab Adelaide-based satellite communications firm Myriota will invest $1.36 million of its own money plus a matching grant from the South Australian Government to set up…
Telstra profits drop on back of Ooyala investment disaster Telstra’s profitability has taken a big hit from its disastrous investment in US-based business Ooyala with the big telco reporting profit for the six months…
Palestinians finally get access to 3G services While the rest of the world is speculating about the arrival of 5G, Palestinians in the occupied West Bank were able to start using 3G…
Four companies join to achieve record-breaking 2Gbps speeds over 4G Record-breaking 4G speeds of up to 2Gbps have been achieved by Telstra, Ericsson, Netgear and Qualcomm Technologies in laboratory testing using a chipset that was…
Optus posts strong third quarter with mobile and NBN gains Optus has lost pre-paid handset customers in the third financial quarter but more than balanced it with growth in post-paid handset customers, the telco said…

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