By ZDNet Staff
| August 28, 2008 -- 04:26 GMT (21:26 PDT)
| Topic: Telcos
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StarHub banks on enterprise managed services
StarHub again lost customers across pay TV and mobile, but increased its revenue in managed services and cybersecurity.
Optus disables My Account site after users complain of privacy breach
Optus said it is speaking with third-party vendors to look into how the issue happened.
Norway: We've just opened world's first 5G movie theater
Telia Norway thinks 5G is more about applications than raw technology. So one app in its new 5G pilot is a movie theater.
Brightcove acquires online video platform business from Telstra-owned Ooyala
Optus also blames NBN for profit drop
Optus has announced a nine-month net profit of AU$431 million and EBITDA of almost AU$2 billion on revenue of AU$6.8 billion.
Singtel Group loses 40 million mobile customers in one quarter
Telstra blames NBN for H1 profit plummeting by AU$500 million
Telstra gained mobile customers, but lost revenue due to the migration of customers to the NBN.
AT&T adds Chicago and Minneapolis to 5G rollout
Intel and Ericsson develop 5G platform
Ericsson and Intel have announced another collaboration, this time for a software and hardware management platform for 5G, NFV, and distributed cloud.