Telecommunication

Alcatel-Lucent boss under fire over bonus

by AFP
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France's government and unions have called on the head of telecoms equipment maker to renounce reported bonuses of some $21.99 million.

ACCC gives final approval to NBN’s Optus deal

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The competition regulator has given final clearance to NBN’s $800m deal to buy and upgrade Optus’s cable network.

The NBN blowout and the blame game

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The $15 billion cost blowout and further rollout delays highlighted by NBN Co are an exercise in allowing the Coalition to get the bad news out of the way and hope for better news before the next election.

Amaysim posts healthy profit, subscriber growth

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Mobile services provider narrowly misses its earnings target but its customer base and net profit are both trending upwards.

Labor at NBN crossroads

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Rather than focus on spin Labor might want to tackle the tough questions that need to be answered before it releases its revised NBN policy, which looks doomed no matter what it contains.

Vodafone fires up in telco war

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A new front in the battle for the nation’s 30m mobile subscribers has been opened with Vodafone firing the first shots.

ACCC approves TPG, iiNet deal

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Consumer watchdog will not oppose $1.6bn tie up of iiNet and TPG Telecom.

M is for "Marshmallow" in Android

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Internet giant finally reveals the new name for the next Android operating system.

Google lifts the lid on smart Wi-Fi router

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Google enters a new business with OnHub, a $US200 app-controlled Wi-Fi router, that brings simplicity to our complex home networks

Chinese telco provider Enice tests Australian investors

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Why is this Chinese telecommunications infrastructure provider so keen to list on the ASX?

NBN partner ‘sabotaged' rival

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Accusations of sabotage levelled by OPENetworks — a competitor to the NBN and a provider of fibre networks to new housing estates.

AT&T helped US spies: leaked documents

by AFP
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Unique, decades-old partnership between US telco and the National Security Agency snooped on citizens.

Telstra committed to staying ahead of the pack

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Telstra boss Andy Penn says he will sacrifice margins and revenue growth if it means the telco giant can maintain its supremacy in the domestic mobile business.

Lower dollar puts heat on Optus

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Optus CEO Allen Lew says the telco will have to be a lot better at optimising its spending as it closes the gap on Telstra.

Telstra plans big spend on mobiles

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Telco may sacrifice margins, revenue growth to maintain supremacy in mobile business.

Growth opportunities are calling for Telstra

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Offshore strategies will be crucial to ensuring Telstra's growth in the post-NBN future.

Cisco revenue and profit nudge upwards

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Latest results show the networking-equipment giant's new business strategies are beginning to take root.

Can NBN's hiring spree get the job done on time?

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The challenges of rolling out the Coalition's MTM network aren't going away in a hurry and NBN will need every bit of help it can get to hit its 2020 target.

Telstra tipped to post $4bn-plus profit

by AAP
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Telco's results expected to be broadly similar to last year, dividend boost unlikely.

Labor urges fresh draft of telco laws

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Labor wants the government to redraft proposed security laws that give the government new powers over telcos.

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