CommsWire - 18 July 2018


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MyRepublic launches new broadband plans for Australian small businesses
NBN-loving ISP MyRepublic has finally launched plans specifically for small businesses in Australia, marking the company's expansion beyond consumer NBN plans since launching in November 2016.

Coalition sounds gong for long-awaited new mobile coverage in Dulong
Residents in and around Dulong, Queensland, are now duly celebrating long awaited "new and improved mobile coverage", and it's all "thanks to the Coalition Government’s $220 million Mobile Black Spot Program".

Optus delivers Bluetooth-connected app for Perth stadium
Australia’s second largest telco Optus has installed more than 1,200 Bluetooth beacons inside Perth’s Optus Stadium which will deliver visitors a newly enhanced stadium app.

Equinix set to rollout Cloud Exchange Fabric for Australia
Data centre company Equinix has announced plans for the rollout of its Cloud Exchange Fabric (EXC Fabric) capabilities across the Asia Pacific which it says will help Australian businesses establish interconnection and networking capabilities with the South East Asia region.

Freestyle pushes towards Taiwan expansion
Australia-based Internet of Things company Freestyle Technology is showing off its latest IoT-enabled smart gas solutions to Taiwan’s Chungwa Telecom as it looks to expand business further in the region's US$1.8 billion smart meter gas market.

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