CommsWire - 31 July 2019


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Mobile operator revenues to reach US120 billion by 2024
Revenue opportunities for mobile operators, outside of voice, messaging and mobile data termination, will reach US$120 billion by 2024 - up from US$67 billion this year, according to a new report.

NEC, Fujitsu fill RAN and Core 5G gap for NTT Docomo
Japan’s dominant mobile operator NTT Docomo has started to plug gap left by the Abe government’s banning of Huawei equipment for its 5G network build, using NEC and Fujitsu for core and radio access network (RAN) components.

Huawei has boom first half 2019 despite US attempts to spoil
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies has defied the US Trump administration’s best efforts to hamper its business through bans and restrictions and recorded a bumper first half.

Real reason for Australia's Huawei ban is now out in the open
COMMENT: The reason why the US has told Australia to ban Chinese telcos Huawei and ZTE  from bidding for contracts in the 5G network rollout is now out in the open: Washington plans to build a US$211.5-million military base for US Marines in Darwin.

Former senior Telstra manager joins NBN Co in transformation role
NBN Co has appointed former Telstra business group managing director Will Irving as its chief strategy and transformation officer.

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