Telstra will be paying out around $25m in refunds for failing to notify almost 50,000 customers that the maximum speeds advertised in their internet plan were unattainable with the NBN infrastructure available to them.
Nokia and TPG Telecom have switched on a live 5G standalone (SA) network in Australia on the 700 MHz spectrum band.
Auckland's Takapuna Beach is now the official landing point for the Southern Cross NEXT submarine cable, which will support an additional 72 Tbps of data.
Global IT services provider SHI International has expanded its presence across Australia and New Zealand with a new office established in Sydney.
The 5G Infrastructure Association has predicted that 6G will be another great leap forward in mobile technology when it arrives towards the 2030s.
Digi International, a global provider of IoT products and services, is set to relocate its Brisbane-based headquarters from Rocklea to Milton.
5G adopters spend an average of two extra hours per week cloud gaming and one hour using augmented reality apps than 4G smartphone users, according to Ericsson.
TPG Telecom has partnered with MATRIXX Software to enable 4G and 5G monetisation across its brand portfolio.
Pegasystems has unveiled new Pega low-code capabilities that enable professional and citizen developers to design digital interfaces.
Five telecommunications companies, including Telstra, Optus and TPG/Vodafone, will pay a combined $647.6m for prized 26 GHz mmWave 5G spectrum.
Nokia has been chosen by Taiwanese carrier Chunghwa Telecom to expand its 5G network in Taiwan, using products from Nokia's AirScale portfolio.
Optus has achieved 10 Gbps aggregated throughput, using Nokia networking equipment, at a live 5G site in Strathpine, Brisbane.
Cradlepoint has partnered with Palo Alto Networks to provide Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) functionality for wireless WANs.