Telecommunication

Samsung unveils Galaxy S6 phone

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Tech giant introduces flagship smartphone with curved screen, mobile payment system.

Canadians chasing the Crown jewels

Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan emerges as latest suitor for mobile phone tower operator Crown Castle.

NBN will suffer under telcos' lack of vision

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The telecommunications industry has demonstrated an astounding lack of strategic vision for decades now, and the NBN is no exception.

Ericsson and Qualcomm achieve 600Mbps in Telstra trials

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Firms band together to test super-fast new wireless infrastructure.

NBN Co revenues triple as rollout accelerates

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Government-owned NBN Co says revenues rise, losses increase as rollout accelerates.

Telstra claims ethernet certification tick

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Telco says it has received an international certification for its ethernet portfolio.

It's not 'what' but 'who' you connect with in metadata retention

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The Australian government's metadata retention bill cares more about who you connect with than what services you may use. Yet many such online services may also be out of its reach.

Gemalto says SIM cards are secure despite alleged hack

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World's biggest SIM card manufacturer says its SIM cards are secure despite allegations of a worldwide hacking operation potentially affecting billions of users.

Interest stirs in Crown Castle sale

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Prospective buyers for Crown Castle Australia line up for potential $2bn transaction.

NBN Co to turbocharge HFC networks

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US-based ARRIS Group picked to bring the cable networks, bought from Telstra and Optus, up to speed.

Penn to replace Thodey as Telstra CEO

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CFO Andrew Penn set to succeed David Thodey as the telco's CEO in May.

ISPs, rights holders band together to block piracy

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Telcos and rights holders release joint draft code of practice to combat online piracy in Australia.

Telstra sticks to the script with Penn

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Telstra’s incoming boss Andrew Penn has reiterated that there will be no substantial change in direction for the telco after the departure of current CEO David Thodey in May.

Thodey’s successor just needs to hold the transformation line

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The legacy of David Thodey in rebuilding Telstra and restoring value leaves incoming CEO Andy Penn with a template for continued growth.

TPG back on its fibre horse

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Malcolm Turnbull’s attempt to slow TPG Telecom’s FTTB rollout evidently couldn’t keep the telco down for too long,

Vocus lifts H1 profit 400%

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Telecommunications group says Amcom takeover to be completed in May.

iiNet unimpressed with NBN rollout

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Malcolm Turnbull’s multi-technology mix NBN isn’t being deployed fast enough for the Perth telco.

Vocus beefs up capacity on Southern Cross Cable

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Listed telco to spend $US58.5 million to boost existing capacity by close to 10 times when fully allocated.

TPG revives FTTB plan

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Telco relists a single FTTB + home phone bundle for $70 a month for new customers.

iiNet snapping at Optus' heels

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Perth-based ISP now has 975,000 broadband customers, just 13,000 customers away from overtaking Optus as the nation’s No. 2 provider of fixed-line broadband services.

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