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TPG buys AAPT
Focus on wholesale and business.
Dec 9 2013 7:11AM
Europe pushes for single telco market
Wants to build Europe-centric cloud services.
Sep 13 2013 6:30AM
Mild improvement predicted for IT spending
Thanks to the low US dollar.
Jul 1 2011 7:06AM
Photos: Inside Basslink's undersea fibre converter station
First photos from the Loy Yang converter station and terrestrial fibre build.
Jul 23 2009 11:30AM
Telecoms in good shape to survive in recession
The telecommunications industry is in good shape to survive the current economic slowdown thanks to lessons learnt at the turn of the century says a new report.
Mar 24 2009 2:37PM
Firms missing out on big telecoms savings
Large multinationals could be missing out on up to 15 per cent total cost of ownership savings on their global telecommunications portfolio, according to new figures released by consultancy Hudson & Yorke today.
Dec 12 2008 12:13AM
Asian giants top telecoms growth
Telecoms operators in China and India are growing faster than international rivals such as AT&T, Verizon, NTT, Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone and BT, according to new research..
Jul 9 2008 9:07AM
Consumer telecoms spending to hit $2tn by 2012
Revenue from consumer telecoms network services will hit $2tn globally by 2012 as the digital divide between developed and developing nations deepens, market watchers predict..
Jun 16 2008 9:14AM
Mobile Internet: the wireless convergence
The national telecommunications industry has experienced some strife in recent days. Weighed down by regulatory issues to do with a once-government-owned incumbent copper network, international comparisons of Australian broadband pricing and availability have proved to be embarrassing at best.
Mar 19 2008 2:17PM
New US spy bill exposes telecoms
A newly-passed US surveillance bill could open the door to lawsuits against telecommunications firms. Civil rights groups applaud the decision to allow lawsuits.
Mar 19 2008 7:30AM
Telecoms IT spending to soar
The global market for operations support systems that perform engineering, provisioning and management functions in telecoms networks will exceed US$46 billion in 2008, research estimates..
Jan 10 2008 7:31AM
What's next for the telecoms industry under Labor
Independent telecommunications analyst, Paul Budde, looks at how the Labor victory will further develop the broadband policies - and, even more importantly, how they will be executed.
Nov 26 2007 7:10AM
3D photonic crystals to 'revolutionise' telecoms
A group of European scientists has published details of research into 3D photonic crystals which they believe could "revolutionise" the telecoms industry..
Nov 22 2007 7:18AM
Telecoms firms 'ignoring' customer data
Telecoms firms are becoming increasingly aware that better use of subscriber profiles and associated information can boost profits and improve operational efficiency..
Nov 20 2007 7:12AM
NSA can tap a third of world's telecoms
The US National Security Agency (NSA) now has the legal right to monitor over a third of the world's telecoms traffic.
Aug 13 2007 11:13AM
Korea to open up telecoms markets
In a reversal of long-standing policy, South Korea's government plans to force large local telecoms firms to share their networks with smaller rivals. The move follows complaints that incumbent carriers are keeping prices artificially high.
Jul 31 2007 2:00PM
Germany in court over telecoms laws
European Commission wants German market to be more open.
Jul 2 2007 12:46PM
Red Hat ups telecoms push with Mobicents
USA - Technology will add Service Logic Execution Environment.
Jun 21 2007 4:17PM
Hong Kong growing into Asian telecoms hub
Links with China drive connectivity supplier interest.
May 30 2007 6:40AM
Network operators fuel telecoms kit bonanza
Sales forecast to rise 20 percent over the next three years.
Apr 24 2007 3:13PM
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