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NBN Could Put Aussie ISPs Into SaaS Channel
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Australian ISPs are being urged to offer “end-to-end” cloud packages to take advantage of an untapped SME market. The local SME market is a “significant” opportunity for ISPs, with cloud-based services like Saas, Paas and IaaS tipped to experience significant growth, according to a study by Ovum and commissioned by NBN Co. ISPs’ existing relationships […]

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Vodafone Brings 3G To 40 More Rural Communities
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Vodafone has announced that 40 more communities have been shortlisted to join its Rural Open Sure Signal programme, which aims to bring high quality 3G voice and data services to parts of the country that currently suffer from unreliable mobile coverage. The list includes communities in Argyll & Bute, Borders, Caithness, Cornwall, Co Tyrone, Cumbria, […]

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Google Wants To Test 24GHz Spectrum With Balloons, Drones
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Drones, balloons, rockets — Google has seemingly endless schemes for delivering Internet to us. We may be largely stuck on the ground, but that doesn’t stop us from beaming info all over the place. In a new letter to the FCC, Google outlines their case for spectrum. Rather than get into the spectrum wars carriers […]

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EE, Virgin, Vodafone Last To Sign Up To Open Internet Code
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EE, Virgin and Vodafone have signed up to the Open Internet Code, joining the cohort that also includes BT and Sky which effectively “supports the Open Internet”. The code commits ISPs to the provision of full and open internet access products and confirms that traffic throttling, or ‘management practices’ in their words, will not be […]

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Sky To Censor Customers’ Broadband By Default
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Just last week Ofcom released a study that found parents’ awareness of potential online risks has risen since the first report in 2013. And at Sky, when it comes to online safety for all, the firm take their responsibility very seriously and they want what is best for their customers. Sky will censor the internet […]

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Ofcom Wants Networks To Start Thinking About 5G
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Ofcom has asked the UK telecoms industry for advice on how to plan for future ‘5G’ mobile networks. The telecoms regulator wants to know how the next generation of wireless communications can best be used to serve consumers. These ‘5G’ networks could support a range of exciting new technologies: use for holographic projections and financial […]

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