Potential economic benefits of 5G

Expanded Mid-Band 5G coverage is identified as the key success factor A major new Ericsson commissioned study by management consulting firm Analysis Mason highlights the potential economic, consumer and environmental benefits of 5G connectivity in 15 national emerging markets. With regulatory and government support, all fifteen countries could benefit from…

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New subsea cable system to boost connectivity

In the Digitalisation Era, Asia Link Cable is critical for connecting and creating value A consortium of telecommunication companies has signed agreements to invest about $US300 million for a submarine cable system in Southeast Asia that aims to boost data capacity in the region and upgrade local capacities. The group is composed of China…

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Telcos to pay heavy toll for misleading statements

Telstra, Optus, and TPG admitted that their statements were false or misleading Australia’s three largest internet service providers, Telstra Corporation Ltd (Telstra), Optus Internet Pty Limited (Optus), and TPG Internet Pty Ltd (TPG), have been ordered by the Federal Court to pay penalties totalling $US33.5 million after they each admitted…

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Vodafone partners with IBM to prepare for the quantum era

Vodafone looking to explore quantum computing IBM announced today at the IBM Quantum Summit 2022 that Vodafone Group is collaborating with IBM on quantum-safe cybersecurity, and joining the IBM Quantum Network, which will give the company cloud access to IBM’s advanced quantum computing systems, as well as IBM’s industry-leading quantum expertise. The…

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System integrators to implement SD-WAN migration

Cloud managed SD-WAN services adoption is set to increase According to findings from International Data Corporation ’s recent research report 45 per cent of Indian enterprises would prefer working with Managed IT Service Providers or Systems Integrators and 36 per cent of Indian enterprises will prefer working with equipment of technology vendors…

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SATCOM services growth boosted by smart shipping

Advancement in maritime SATCOM will enable 5g  coverage at sea Customers’ and crew members’ rising demand for broadband connectivity drives many segments of the maritime industry to adopt SATCOM services, according to Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Growth Opportunities in Global Maritime Satellite Communication (SATCOM) Services. Vessel and ship digitalization, automation,…

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Tasmania Police trial of encrypted radio network a success

Tasmania Police is committed to delivering the highest quality of service Tasmania Police were able to successfully test a new encrypted radio system earlier this month, after being granted an early access trial of the Tasmanian Government Radio Network at the recent T20 Cricket World Cup event in Hobart. The…

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