Vocus, Australia’s leading fibre and network solutions provider, has deployed Nokia’s solution to set up the 200G optical links covering more than 4,100 km between Brisbane and Darwin.
Atos has been appointed by the Australian Federal Government’s Digital Transformation Agency Cloud Marketplace to provide cloud offerings across two areas
Atos has been appointed to the Australian Federal Government’s Digital Transformation Agency Hardware Marketplace to support government agencies in tackling enterprise digital challenges and to enable them to take full advantage of Artificial Intelligence.
Nokia and TPG Telecom have switched on a live 5G standalone (SA) network in Australia on the 700MHz spectrum band – the first time this has happened in the world.
A judge in Australia has ruled that Google broke Australian law by misleading users about personal location data collected through Android mobile devices.
Nokia has launched 5G services with mobile operator, Optus at the Optus Stadium in Perth, Australia. The move provides visitors attending sporting or music events with access to incredibly fast indoor and outdoor 5G coverage with speeds over 1Gbps
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is to open a second infrastructure region in Australia in the second half of 2022. The new AWS Asia Pacific (Melbourne) Region, which will consist of three Availability Zones (AZs) at launch, will join the existing 25 Availability Zones in eight AWS Regions across Asia Pacific in Australia, China, India, Japan, Korea, and Singapore.
Ericsson and Telstra are teaming up to develop an enterprise edge cloud solution developed specifically for the Telstra domain.
Sliced Tech has partnered with BlackBerry in Australia to host its secure communications portfolio, SecuSuite for Government. The partnership allows BlackBerry to offer a locally-hosted managed service to Australian government agencies and address data sovereignty concerns.
Australia is drafting a new regulation that Facebook says misunderstands the dynamics of the internet and will do damage to the very news organisations the government is trying to protect. In response, Facebook has said Australian users will no longer be able to post news stories on its platforms in protest of proposed media bargaining legislation.
Huawei has quit its major sponsorship of rugby league club the Canberra Raiders in Australia, decrying the "continued negative business environment" towards the company in the country. The company, which sponsored the Raiders for almost a decade, signed a new two-year deal to be the main sponsor of the club last year, but will end the deal one year early at the conclusion of the 2020 season.