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Alcatel Lucent has managed to get 10Gbps download speeds over 30-metres of a copper pair.
Bevan Slattery's new business SubPartners has picked his old business, NextDC's Perth datacentre, for the landing station for the APX-Central and APX-West cables.
Swedish mobile network operator Tele2 has agreed to sell its Norwegian operations to rival TeliaSonera.
Deutsche Telekom's IT services arm has opened a twin facility for its existing Magdeburg datacentre.
M2 CEO Geoff Horth has said that the organic growth of 70,000 broadband subscribers in the last financial year dispels the myth that the company will only grow through acquisitions.
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ZipTel has completed the reverse takeover of Skywards and is now able to focus on growing its AussieSim brand and prepare for the launch of its ZipT app.
Nokia has topped off a two-month buying spree with an agreement with Israeli surveillance specialist to develop new 3D monitoring technology for mobile networks.
Macquarie Telecom has slammed Telstra for "anti-competitive conduct" in a complaint it submitted today to the Australian competition watchdog.
Approval is contingent upon Telefonica selling up to 30 percent of its network capacity.
Vodafone has announced a raft of new products that see the company ramp up its data offering, as it works to encourage customers to adopt its 4G network.
The Australian competition watchdog has been blocked from intervening in a between Telstra and its retail customers over access price increases.
Telstra has made strategic investment into two-factor authentication company TeleSign, in a move that will see the company's security offerings brought into Telstra's products.
Less than 5 percent of iiNet's customer base have taken up a broadband plan that offers more than 500GB a month, the company's chief regulatory officer Steve Dalby has revealed.
There's no end to upheaval in France's mobile market in sight, as Numericable agrees to swallow the MVNO.