The Australian government is calling on the Productivity Commission to work out how best to deliver mobile broadband capability for the country's law enforcement and emergency services.
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Under the deal, HP's Managed Mobility Services, which has about 570 global customers, will integrate AirWatch to offer mobile device and application management.
Samsung and Apple are duking it out for corporate device dominance, but the real mobility score is on the back end with cloud services and the software needed to manage endpoints.
Ericsson will be responsible for installing premises equipment and managing ground operations for the fixed wireless and long term satellite services for NBN Co, in a deal worth over AU$300 million.
Suncorp Group's CEO of business services, Matt Pancino, speaking at the Optus Vision 2014 conference in Sydney, stressed the importance of talent, learning, and culture as the means to take advantage of disruptive technologies like digital, mobility, cloud, and data.
Verizon's LTE network provides an excellent experience for US customers. They continue to improve their network with the adoption of the new AWS spectrum.
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.
Optus Satellite has inked a three-year wholesale deal with New Zealand internet provider, Wireless Nation, to deliver satellite broadband services to customers across the county.
The wireless company is teaming with media and entertainment company The Chernin Group for the venture, which will focus on investing in and acquiring subscription VOD channels and streaming services.
Social enterprise Nepal Wireless has connected 175 faraway villages to the Internet, giving a boost to education, telemedicine, and local businesses. The next step is leveraging local cloud services to bring down costs.
The Australian National Audit Office has tapped Unisys and BlackBerry to provide workforce and mobility management services.
The immense popularity of over-the-top services such as WhatsApp, Viber, and Skype has been the bane of telcos angsty about their dipping voice and SMS revenues. Can QoS deals ease the frustration?
Australia's peak scientific research organisation, the CSIRO, is teaming up with RF Technology to take its new wireless technology to the US for emergency services.
T-Mobile doesn't look to be satisfied just mixing it up in the wireless carrier industry as they are now offering consumers an alternative to costly banking services.
As part of a push back into the wireless broadband market, Optus is planning a trial of fixed 4G broadband services that could replace ADSL2.
NBN Co has begun allowing retail service providers to sell 25Mbps down and 5Mbps up fixed-wireless services as planned.
The new enterprise IT landscape of cloud services, mobility and BYOD, social media usage and big data analytics creates very different types of network traffic to the traditional mix of in-house client-server enterprise workloads. How will networks evolve to keep pace?
HP joins the rush to offer mobility-management services with a cloud launch that offers staff secure access to corporate data and software from their mobile devices.
Indonesian mobile retailer inks partnership with wireless service provider Brightstar to bring services focused on supply chain, distribution and trading to companies in the mobile devices and telecom business.
Dell is taking a more fine-tuned, hands-on approach with its latest mobility and BYOD services for enterprise customers.
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