CommsWire - 24 January 2019


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NBN Co's 100Mbps move suits ISPs offering contracts: claim
The NBN Co's latest promotional move, offering retail service providers $160 for each customer who signs up for a 100Mbps service, effectively requires these customers not to downgrade or disconnect until January 2021, according to the head of a small ISP.

Telstra sacks another 752 workers under T2022 plan
Telstra is set to sack another 752 workers as part of its move to cut more than a quarter of the total workforce, a move announced in June last year.

Trump comments may help Huawei CFO fight extradition: envoy
Comments made by US President Donald Trump after the arrest by Canada of Chinese telecommunications equipment provider Huawei's chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou may help prevent her extradition to the US, a Canadian diplomat has said.

NextDC brings Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute to Perth
Data centre operator NextDC has announced that Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute is now available at the company’s P1 Perth data centre, offering customers direct connections to Microsoft Azure cloud.

AWS gets Protected Cloud status certification
Amazon Web Services has gained certification as a Protected Cloud provider from the Australian Signals Directorate, the company said in a statement on Thursday, adding that this meant it could store data with the highest security classification in the AWS Asia Pacific (Sydney) Region.

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