Accelerating connectivity across Cambodia’s booming digital economy

SINET upgrades network. SINET, one of Cambodia’s largest internet and telecommunication service providers, has selected Juniper Networks to upgrade its network infrastructure, accelerating time-to-value for customers in Cambodia. Building on a long-term relationship, SINET has partnered with Juniper Network for further upgrades and to deploy advanced network solutions, deepening the…

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Australian telcos alleged to have misled customers over Internet speeds

Allegedly false and misleading statements were made on the companies’ websites. The Australian Competition Consumer Commission has instituted separate proceedings in the Federal Court against each of Telstra Corporation Ltd (Telstra), Optus Internet Pty Limited (Optus), and TPG Internet Pty Ltd (TPG) for making alleged false or misleading representations in…

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Taiwan Mobile turns to Nokia for 5G

Trial supports Taiwan Mobile’s vision to deliver market-leading 5G services to customers. Nokia and Taiwan Mobile (TWM) have achieved one of the world’s first New Radio Carrier Aggregation (NR CA) by combining spectrum in the 700MHz (n28) and 3500MHz (n78) bands. The trial, which took place in a 5G standalone (SA) network environment, paves the way for TWM to deliver market-leading 5G experiences to its customers with enhanced connectivity and…

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Building resilient telecommunications infrastructure

Recommendations on the potential impacts of embers, radiation and flame on and around telco equipment. Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, and Optus have released findings of a joint nationwide project to improve bushfire resilience of critical telecommunications. The research analysed where there is risk of damage to the network and…

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IMDA considers use and allocation of the 2.1 GHz spectrum band for 5G in Singapore

IMDA public consultation on policy issues and proposed regulatory design for 2.1 GHz. To support the next wave of 5G growth, the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) is seeking views from the public and industry on the potential use and allocation of the 2.1 GHz spectrum band for 5G in…

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Asia Pacific Oceania region connects with an Oceania network

Global research and education networks collaborate. Eleven global leading-edge research and education networks in North America, East Asia, Southeast Asia, and Oceania have announced a collaboration to improve high-speed network services in the Asia Pacific Oceania region. The Asia Pacific Oceania network (APOnet) collaboration will connect East Asia, Southeast Asia,…

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Subisu modernises its optical broadband

Bringing higher speeds to Nepal. Nepal-based service provider Subisu has selected Nokia to modernise the 1500 kilometers long backbone network spread across East and West Nepal. The initiative in Nepal requires Nokia to deploy its 400G single fiber solution to provide ultra-high-speed broadband to Subisu’s retail and enterprise subscribers. Nokia’s solution allows Subisu to address…

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