Telstra has become the first operator in Australia and one of the first in the world to have adopted both narrowband and LTE Cat M1 IoT technologies.
Ericsson has won an extension of its contract to provide nbn fixed wireless and satellite managed services until 2020.
B+B SmartWorx has announced a partnership with Reekoh to boost its IoT-focused integration and interoperability capabilities.
Optus has announced what it says is one of the largest investments in regional mobile infrastructure in Australia's history, with plans to spend $1bn by June next year to build 500 new mobile sites.
The nbn's fixed wireless rollout is continuing at a fast pace, with an extra 45 towers due to have been deployed across June and July, while retail nbn satellite providers have agreed to raise allocations at little extra cost.
Former nbn co CTO Gary McLaren has accused the company's current CEO, Bill Morrow, of falsely claiming that it has only recently decided to use its second satellite as anything other than a backup for the first.
The Communications Alliance has issued a consultation paper outlining the telecommunications industry's proposal to take over control of fixed and mobile numbering allocations.
With half a million premises ready for fixed wireless, a new report shows Australia is investing more than twice as much per household on rural broadband than its closest global peer.
Brocade has revealed plans to buy Ruckus Wireless for US$1.2bn and transform the combined entity into a pure-play networking company providing components spanning from the data centre to the wireless edge.
Telstra achieved a 0.8% increase in profit and 9.1% growth in revenue for the first half of FY2016, despite stricter competition in the fixed and mobile markets.
Most industrial environments are three to five years behind the carpeted space. The typical needs for industrial wireless networks and mobile devices are well beyond what most equipment has been built to support.
A review of the fixed wireless and satellite portion of the NBN project has found that demand is up to three times greater than first planned, and recommended that NBN Co nearly double the number of base stations it is building.
The rapid global take-up in mobile devices has been breathtaking - a trend that is creating opportunities as well as serious challenges for organisations.
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Transferring large amounts of data between devices is much faster with a recently developed optical wireless communication module that can achieve a transmission rate of 3 Gbps.