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Vodafone dissolves CIO role

Andrew Wiles will leave the position as Vodafone Hutchison Australia's chief information officer and his responsibilities will be absorbed by the technology team.

May 15, 2014

Optus still evaluating LTE

Optus has said that it will conduct more trials of Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology before committing to offering the services to customers, despite competitors Vodafone and Telstra announcing plans to bring in 4G services in by year's end.

April 13, 2011

VHA looks into the cloud

Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) has started considering cloud computing services to help serve its technology infrastructure needs as part of a planned wider consolidation of its datacentre environment.

April 7, 2011 by

Major mobile operators close in on NFC

The companies behind T-Mobile, Vodafone, Orange and O2 have pledged that, by 2012, they will introduce services for near-field communications, the technology that powers contactless payments

February 21, 2011 by

VHA CTO resigns

Vodafone Hutchison Australia is set to lose its chief technology officer Andy Reeves shortly, with the mobile telco confirming this morning that the executive had resigned his post.

September 13, 2010 by

Vodafone waves white flag in WiMax wars

After the government threw its hat in the ring over WiMax, friends and foes of the technology have been frothing at the mouth to deliver a natty sound bite on why the standard is the wireless equivalent of a cold sore or the saviour of all things broadband. Vodafone has now announced it's sleeping with enemy and joining the WiMax Forum. Who's the winner here?

August 14, 2007 by

Vodafone BlackBerry 7100v

Vodafone's BlackBerry 7100v is a fair mobile email device so long as you don't need to handle graphics, large spreadsheets or complex documents. But as a handheld/phone combo it's eclipsed by more capable Palm OS- and Windows Mobile-based offerings.

November 29, 2004 by

Crunch time for 3G

As Vodafone finally joins 3 in providing third-generation mobile services, the question of whether the billions paid for the technology will ever be recouped comes a step closer to being answered

November 10, 2004 by

Sydney preps for wireless broadband tests

Wireless broadband technology i-Burst is poised for trials in Sydney, Australia, in preparation for a full launch next March. The project, managed by a consortium comprising Vodafone, OzEmail, Total Communications Infrastructure, Crown Castle Australia and CKW Wireless, promises seamless wireless broadband coverage over 93 square miles of the city via 10 radio communications base stations.

September 5, 2002 by

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