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Verizon has announced it will be bringing its cloud platform to Australia to help enterprises handle their workload in a secure environment.
Connecting to New Zealand's new Ultra-Fast Broadband network has become cheaper with fixed-price contracts.
Deciding the fate of two slices of LTE-compatible spectrum is getting many hot under the collar.
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.
Spark New Zealand plans to expand capabilities for its 3G and 4G networks by leveraging its expanded partnership with Huawei.
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The Dutch telco has bought out its joint venture partner, becoming sole owner of the fibre broadband provider.
A number of recent acquisitions are showing the importance of fibre, and particularly dark fibre, in determining the future of the cloud.
Telstra has kicked off the free trial of its national public Wi-Fi network, with 150 sites around Australian set to come online by Christmas.
With a challenge to its international cable monopoly looming, Southern Cross Cable has extended the contracts with its largest customers.
Australian telecommunications player Amcom will provide data network services to an additional 141 sites across the Northern Territory after signing an AU$6.5 million deal with the NT government.
Melbourne is the second city to have access to Vodafone's 4G+ network, which was switched on today.
Optus customers using certain Android devices will soon be able to make payments with their mobile phone, thanks to a new NFC SIM Optus has announced in partnership with Visa and Heritage Bank.
The Australian government's push to make the National Broadband Network a mixture of technologies will likely become a landmark that is followed by other countries, according to Alcatel-Lucent CEO Michel Combes.
Singapore telco reports a 19.3 percent growth in net profit to S$1.04 billion (US$805.85 million) on revenue totaling S$4.31 billion for the second quarter, but sees losses in digital life group on new investments.