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Country sees a 92 percent increase in mobile data traffic last year, driven by both 2G and 3G services, reveals MBit Index study.
Chinese technology giant Huawei has reported revenue of AU$368 million in Australia in 2012.
Telstra will undertake a restructure of its operations division in what is being called the 'most substantive change' to the group in 10 years, which will likely see jobs go.
Boston-based Wyless strikes a deal with Asia's leading ICT services provider in its home market.
To remain competitive and profitable, Indian mobile operators are gradually increasing tariff rates as lowering prices and growing subscriber base are no longer deemed beneficial tactics. But what does that mean for customers?
3G connectivity has improved across India, with Vodafone India's 50 percent jump in data-related revenues for its latest fiscal year an indicator of the improving network quality.
Global network energy consumption could be reduced by up to 90 percent in 2020, according to the research consortium GreenTouch.
In the first three months of this year, Vodafone saw an increase in the number of customers leaving the troubled telco.
Dish's future networking portfolio could grow quite quickly based on a new report that the satellite TV provider is going after the bankrupt wireless venture's spectrum.
The primary goal of Sprint's buy is to grab Handmark's subsidiary, OneLouder, a mobile app developer and advertising company.
Pipe Networks has won access to a Melbourne building to install cables, in a Federal Court case that could have wider implications for the entire telecommunications sector.
Telstra is again in the Australian Privacy Commissioner's sights, with Timothy Pilgrim stating that his office will open a new investigation into the matter due to the telco's latest privacy bungle.
Optus will offer dual-mode devices to let Canberrans access TD-LTE and FD-LTE networks across Australia.
The initial deadline of mid-2014 is pushed back as the ministry wants more time to prepare the policies to ensure there are no hiccups.
Amid competition from Spotify and Google, the Singapore telco believes its 4-year-old streaming service will hold its own with a stronger regional catalog and buffering technology to retain customers.