Motorola Solutions Australia has inked a AU$175 million seven-year deal with the South Australian government for the upgrade and management of its emergency services wireless network.
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Plans to finish the NBN fixed-wireless network in 2015 have gone since the change of government, despite the company meeting its own new running targets since the strategic review.
The networking equipment maker's entire line-up of 802.11n and 802.11ac wireless routers and arrays are now certified for low-level government work.
MGM Wireless will provide a new SMS notification service to all WA government schools including childcare and learning centres that can be used for attendance management, event reminders, and emergencies.
Technology that will make it easier to have wireless devices and high-speed streaming between smartphones and TVs was developed using research from the NICTA lab that had 30 jobs axed due to funding cuts from the Victorian government in the last budget.
iiNet has announced it will build what it claims is the largest free WiFi network in Australia, with the company joining forces with the ACT government to blanket 12 Canberra business districts with over 700 Cisco wireless access points.
Over 420,000 more customers will receive fixed-wireless and fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) broadband services after an NBN Co review recommended an additional 1300 wireless towers be built – at an additional cost of $1.7 billion – to prevent latent demand from swamping satellite services to be launched in 2016.
Telstra has beat out CSC and Broadcast Australia for a lucrative AU$467.3 million wireless network construction contract for the Queensland government.
Intel's European rival reports a seventh consecutive quarter of losses on its wireless chip venture with Ericsson but announces a massive new deal with the French government.
An Abbott-led Coalition government would keep the fixed-wireless and satellite components of Australia's National Broadband Network project.
Speeds on Wireless@SG will be bumped up to a maximum 2Mbps from next month, as part of wider government efforts to improve the country's wireless infrastructure.
The maximum download and upload speeds for fixed-wireless and satellite services on the National Broadband Network have been more than doubled to 25Mbps down and 5Mbps up, the Australian government has announced.
BT is facing nearly £100m of repayments after Ofcom concluded the telecoms company had overcharged providers such as BSkyB, TalkTalk and Virgin Media for its ethernet services.
The UK can go ahead with its plans to use public money to partially fund the roll out of super-fast broadband infrastructure following European regulators' approval of the scheme.
More locations in the Chinese capital now offer free wireless Internet access, as the city government expands its three-year free Wi-Fi service.
Government calls for proposals from industry players to explore the feasibility of extending the country's free public Wi-Fi service, Wireless@SG, until 2017.
The Australian Government will look into how the NBN's fixed-wireless network could be used to improve mobile coverage.
An official with country's cybersecurity agency says new law means local Internet users might be involved in lawsuits should hackers use their Web sites or Wi-Fi account for illegal activities, report notes.
American lawmakers continue probe of Chinese telecom equipment vendors over espionage concerns and their motivation to expand presence in country, report states.
Singapore's IT regulator slaps S$400,000 fine on operator for failing to fulfill obligation to customers to provide resilient mobile telephone services on Sep. 6 and 7, 2011.
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