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Border Protection hooks up to Inmarsat for boat broadband

(Image: ANAO) Australian Border Force has signed a AU$7 million five-year deal with Inmarsat to provide its Cape class vessels with satellite broadband connectivity. Inmarsat said it will provide connectivity over its Global Xpress (GX) constellation, and worked with Australian company EM Solution to develop a terminal for the Department ...

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Nokia to acquire IP network analytics firm Deepfield

Nokia Nokia has announced plans to acquire Deepfield to improve the firm’s IP network and data analytics solutions portfolio. Announced on December 15, Nokia said the deal to acquire the small US-based company “will extend Nokia’s leadership in real-time, analytics-driven network and service automation” and will advance solutions including network ...

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Trump advisors plan to strangle net neutrality

President-elect Donald Trump, for all that he uses Twitter daily, doesn’t know much about net neutrality. For example, when the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) pushed forward in November 2014 for net neutrality, Trump tweeted, “Obama’s attack on the internet is another top down power grab. Net neutrality is the Fairness ...

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Vodafone Australia appoints Kevin Millroy to permanent CTO post

(Image: Vodafone) Vodafone Hutchison Australia acting chief technology officer and general manager for Access Network Delivery Kevin Millroy has on Monday been appointed to the role of chief technology officer. Millroy took on acting CTO duties following the departure of Benoit Hanssen in July, who moved onto the mobile telecommunications ...

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AT&T launches 5G network test at Intel office in Texas

AT&T on Monday announced the first business customer trial of a 5G network experience at an Intel office in Austin, TX. AT&T begins testing 5G for the first time. AT&T paired with Ericsson to conduct the public test of 5G, using millimeter wave (mmWave) technology to bring speeds of 14 ...

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