Macquarie acquires Intellicentre campus from Keppel Macquarie Technology Group announced the acquisition of its existing Macquarie Park data centre campus from Singapore's Keppel DC REIT. Huawei and Edmi sign global IoT patent licensing agreement

17th April 2024

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Roku security breach exposes more than 576,000 accounts Streaming company Roku said it identified a second security breach affecting more than 576,000. Equinix, PGIM Real Estate enter US$600 million joint venture

16th April 2024

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The Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy is seeking a new Managing Editor to replace Dr Leith Campbell, who plans to retire after Volume 12 at the end of 2024.  It is hoped that the new Managing Editor would be available to take on some activities during a hand-over period in the last half of the year.

15th April 2024

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Prysmian to acquire Australian cable maker Warren & Brown Italian cable maker Prysmian has signed an agreement to acquire Melbourne-based telecommunications network connectivity products manufacturer Warren & Brown Technologies for an undisclosed amount. Viettel Solutions, Singtel poised to develop submarine cable system

15th April 2024

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Singtel launches broadband solution Singaporean telecommunications company Singtel has partnered with tech giant Huawei to launch FibreEverywhere, a home broadband solution featuring Huawei’s transparent fibre optic cables that provide speed and internet connection to every room—what Singtel claims to be “a first in Singapore.” Vudoo joins AWS Partner Network

12th April 2024

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CommScope launches Gigareach XL solution Network connectivity provider CommScope unveiled its Gigareach XL solution, the latest addition to the Systimax portfolio, which the company claimed doubles the reach of traditional twisted pair Ethernet devices on the enterprise network. Nubia challenges Samsung with Nubia Flip 5G debut

11th April 2024

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ACMA fines Luxottica $1.5 million for breaching spam laws The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has fined eyewear retailer Luxottica, owner of the OPSM, Oakley, and Sunglass Hut brands $1,512,500 for sending more than 200,000 marketing messages, breaching spam laws.  Macquarie Capital backs Onivia FTTH network expansion in Spain

10th April 2024

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Telstra urges users to check their phones' compatibility before 3G closure Telecommunications company Telstra developed an SMS tool to let users check if their phone needs an upgrade as the telco's 3G network is scheduled to close on 30 June 2024. Government launches broadband initiative to provide free connection to families in NSW

9th April 2024

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Intracom Telecom and Open Fiber unveil home Gigabit FWA network  Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) technology provider Intracom Telecom has extended its collaboration with Italian optical network provider Open Fiber to deploy what is claimed to be the world's first commercial FWA network capable of delivering 1Gbps to the home. ACMA must be more ‘transparent and accountable’ to implement stronger regulations

8th April 2024

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Taiwan quake jolts more than 170 base stations offline Taiwan's National Communications Commission (NCC) has reported that the earthquake last 3 April knocked 172 telecom base stations. One NZ loads funds into digital wallets of customers Kiwi mobile operator One New Zealand has launched One Wallet, a digital wallet for its customers, and stacked them with credits that can be used to reduce the purchase price of new mobile phones.

5th April 2024

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