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Optus secures funding to fill mobile coverage black spots
With State, Federal and Optus funding, the company is building 83 new sites as part of the Federal Governments Mobile Black Spot Program.
GSMA reveals 2020 GLOMO Awards winners
The awards included 35 categories ranging from 5G leadership to mobile apps, mobile network infrastructure, diversity in tech, and STEAM efforts for children.
2G and 3G networks are 'open doors' for cyber attacks
Security researchers have warned about SS7 for decades, however, the vulnerabilities have become more severe in recent years.
SingleRAN Pro: Combining simplicity and openness for a 5G future
Huawei's SingleRAN Pro solution supposedly offers an open, simplified networking concept to help operators roll out commercial 5G networks.
Network operators are losing out to virtual competition
Market penetration for mobile virtual network operators is up by 6.3 percentage points from four years ago.
HTC releases first 5G hub for the next-gen of mobile
Available by the end of June in Australia, it is a sign of things to come for the inevitable growth of 5G across the globe.
Spark details 5G rollout plans
By 2020, Spark expects its wireless-network specific capex to be between 25%-35% of Spark’s overall capital expenditure envelope.
Telstra deploys narrowband technology in IoT network
The telecommunications giant says it is one of the first in the world to deploy both narrowband and Cat M1 IoT technologies.
SoftBank and NEC offer new business-oriented mobile network service
It can be used at locations where optical fiber lines are not provided or as an alternative to metal-wired lines such as DSL or digital access.
Optus Wholesale wrangles new deal with Moose Mobile
“By providing access to a SIM at the point-of-sale, Moose will be able to convert a once-off handset sale into a long standing customer.”
Chunghwa Telecom forecasts modest revenue boost & big plans for 2017
Chunghwa Telecom has released guidance financial figures that predict a smooth path into 2017, aiming to increase revenue and retain leadership.
Optus secures $60 million to extend mobile networks in rural Australia
Optus is planning to build 114 new mobile sites across Australia as part of the Federal Government's Mobile Black Spots Program.
5G is coming, but we've got an infrastructure to build first, says Huawei
Abdurazak Mudesir, Huawei's VP of 5G marketing Europe, took audience members at Huawei Innovation Day 2016 through the world of 5G mobile today.
The future of mobile networks, according to Nokia's Ray Owen
Pat Pilcher caught up with Ray Owen, the new head of ANZ for Nokia to chat about the future of mobile networks.
Westcon NZ to deliver joint mobile networking solutions from Juniper and Aruba
Westcon New Zealand will deliver joint mobile networking solutions from Juniper Networks and Aruba Networks, following a strategic agreement between the two vendors.