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Australian networks and datacentre company Vocus Communications will acquire ASG Group's Bentley datacentre for AU$11.7 million.
A US$270 million investment will take Australian telecoms giant Telstra's share from 23% to 98%.
After 27 years, the now separated retail arm of the old Telecom assumes a new identity along with many of its business units.
Philippine Long Distance Telephone (PLDT) will acquire a 10 percent stake for 333 million euros (US$445.06 million) in the German incubator, in a deal aimed at driving development in mobile and online payment tools.
Telstra is establishing a point of presence at the Australian Securities Exchange financial markets datacentre, with the aim of offering low latency communications with other global financial centres.
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Australian satellite company NewSat expects additional funding will be needed to finance the delayed launch of its Jabiru-1 project.
After months of chasing, Sprint has decided to call off plans to merge with T-Mobile, and has replaced CEO Dan Hesse with Brightstar founder Marcelo Claurce.
Three Australian startups participating in Telstra’s inaugural muru-D accelerator program have secured initial funding by startup investing company, SYD Ventures.
Gentay Communications launches its VoIP-based Nanu service, which it says uses 80 percent less bandwidth than Skype, allowing it offer free international calls even if they're made to non-Nanu users.
Building a large temporary network in the middle of a remote field for a music festival presents some unique challenges to the Splendour in the Grass organisers.
With Microsoft's cash in its pocket, Nokia can't seem to stop acquiring at the moment.
In a relatively saturated mobile market, Australian mobile resellers Amaysim and Aldi are picking up market share, according to the latest statistics.
The mobile services of both Telstra and Optus were virtually unusable for the 30,000 pundits attending this year's Splendour in the Grass festival, while the underdog Vodafone performed best.
iiNet's chief regulatory officer Steve Dalby has called on the Australian government to clearly state what data it is considering forcing telecommunications companies to retain, claiming confidential briefing documents contradict what the government is telling the public.