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Telstra launches 5G mobile broadband device
Australia’s first mobile broadband device that is mmWave ready, to work with the next iteration of 5G due to rollout at scale in 2021.
Four IoT giants team up for security solution
Thales, Telstra, Microsoft and Arduino partner to deliver cellular network-based scalable trust for easy-to-deploy IoT applications.
Cisco & Telstra complete 5G call over packetized fronthaul network
The successful trial could pave the way for stronger transmission networks across Telstra’s 4G and 5G base stations, as well as the opportunity to future-proof infrastructure for customers’ data transmission requirements.
Cradlepoint’s new 5G wireless edge solutions for business
Company has partnered with Telstra to provide 5G solutions for its enterprise wireless service.
Telstra signs with Dubber for call recording and data capture
Certain Telstra customers will have access to Dubber’s Call Recording and Data Capture Platform for business telephony and mobile.
Telstra and Chayora announce strategic partnership, with target market of China
Telstra International and Chayora have entered into a strategic partnership with the shared focus of delivering colocation and network connectivity services to China.
Telstra boosts Platform Equinix integration with 170 cloud providers
By interconnecting TPN to ECX Fabric, the number of cloud service providers TPN customers can access within a few minutes has increased from 60 to more than 170 cloud providers.
2degrees, Telstra lead the way in NZ and Aus mobile markets
A new report for data company Tutela has revealed 2degrees provides its users with the best mobile experience, while in Australia, Telstra leads the pack.
Telstra brings advanced VR streaming to Aus
At the recent Telstra Vantage showcase, the companies delivered an Australian first providing live, 8K VR streaming over Telstra’s 5G network with images captured by a Kandao Obsidan R 8K camera from the Gold Coast to viewers in Melbourne.
Juniper Networks A/NZ partner awards winners announced
The winners were honoured for excellence across customer service delivery and business results.
Aussie company launches new chatbot service for homeless youth
Set to launch in March 2020, the chatbot is currently in design and testing and is the biggest change to the Ask Izzy platform since 2016.
Cisco and Superloop add two new subsea cables for Aus
The INDIGO West cable goes from Singapore to Australia and the INDIGO Central cable from Perth to Sydney.
LG launches G8S THINQ in Aus market
LG’s new smartphone offering provides a range of options for biometric security, including the new vein recognition solution with Hand ID.
Telstra’s 2019 cybersecurity report
Cybersecurity remains a top business priority as the estimated number of undetected security breaches grows.
Why cybersecurity remains a top business priority
One in two Australian businesses estimated that they will receive fines for being in breach of new legislation.
ISPs take top honours at Genesys partner awards
NZ's Spark was named the Australia/New Zealand Partner of the Year, while Telstra took the top honour for APAC.
Telstra workers across Australia strike after escalated dispute
“Of course, we never wanted to be forced to take protected industrial action, but Telstra hasn’t left us with any other option."
Network operators are losing out to virtual competition
Market penetration for mobile virtual network operators is up by 6.3 percentage points from four years ago.
Why a company-wide approach is critical during digital transformation
More than half of Australian organisations are taking a fragmented, business unit led approach according to new research by Telstra.
Software AG and Telstra partner to develop new solution for Australian utilities
Based on Telstra’s IoT platform and the Cumulocity IoT Solution Accelerator for Water Management, the solution will provide utilities with a quick way to gain insights from meter data.
NTT Communications hangs on to top rung in APAC telco cloud market
The telecom cloud market in Asia Pacific (APAC) is a fierce one, but a new report purports NTT Communications to be the dominant player - for now.
Telstra partnerships boost subsea cable infrastructure
Telstra’s customers across Asia Pacific will soon be able to take advantage of major major boosts to Telstra’s network services and subsea cables.
GlobalData: Comms services about to become a utility
According to GlobalData, the recent Optus deals with Origin and Sumo mean that communications services are on their way to becoming a utility.
Singapore to Australia subsea cable lands in Sydney
This will be Australia’s first ever direct optical path from Sydney to Singapore, passing through Indonesia on the way.