The number of mobile broadband subscribers is likely to reach 1 billion this year, up from the current 500,000 million, as users' consumption of media and the internet is changing.
The claimed world’s fastest national mobile broadband service is available with the launch of the Ultimate USB modem across Australian capital city CBDs and associated airports, selected metropolitan hubs and more than 100 regional centres.
Telstra has launched the Turbo Pre-Paid Mobile Broadband modem with a slim profile and rotating USB connection point that can fit inside a pocket.
Mobile broadband take-up is expanding rapidly but there are steps to be taken that will make the user's experience worthwhile. Tellabs' Mike O'Malley outlines these steps.
Mitel Mobility for BlackBerry Mobile Voice System allows a BlackBerry handset to become an extension of the user's IP PBX, providing a streamlined user interface for handling both inbound and outbound calls and allowing voice calls over Wi-Fi.
The global financial crisis is undoubtedly the focus of everyone’s attention and its impact will be felt in all sectors of the economy. Although the effect on the telecommunications industry remains uncertain, in many ways this industry is better positioned than others to cope with the downturn. Ericsson’s Jacquie Hey explains why.
Located in remote north Queensland, Hinchinbrook Shire Council provides a wide range of services to over 12,000 residents, covering an area of 2600 square kilometres — roughly three times the size of Canberra.
Australian businesses are expected to increase their reliance on smartphones and wireless broadband over the next two years, as a means to improve productivity during the economic downturn.
Michael Boustridge will lead BT’s Asia Pacific operations.