CommsWire - 25 July 2019


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NBN Co signals focus on improving consumer experience: Rowland
NBN Co has signalled renewed focus is needed to address in-home issues impacting on customer experience with the national broadband network, according to the Shadow Minister for Communications, Michelle Rowland.

Unisys secures WAN deal with Bureau of Meteorology
Australia's Bureau of Meteorology has inked a contract with IT solutions provider Unisys to design, build and manage new secure cloud infrastructure and an upgraded Wide Area Network (WAN) to better support current services and indirectly provide a “modern operating environment”.

Samsung says Galaxy Fold issues fixed, launch in September
Smartphone manufacturer Samsung Electronics has announced that it has fixed the issues that caused it to put off the release of its Galaxy Fold foldable device and will be releasing it in selected markets in September.

Soprano launches latest version of Telstra messaging
Telstra and cloud-based enterprise messaging solutions vendor Soprano Design have launched version 3.0 of Telstra’s Integrated Messaging solution.

Equinix's Jeremy Deutsch appointed president of Asia Pacific
Global data centre operator Equinix has appointed 10-year IT industry veteran and current Australian managing director, Jeremy Deutsch, as president of Asia-Pacific.

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