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Vocus replaces Huawei for Solomon Islands cable project

Google to build undersea cables to boost cloud business
Google plans to build three new undersea cables to speed up its connections with new regions as it looks to better its cloud computing business and compete with rivals Amazon and Microsoft.

Govt rejects use of more fibre for the NBN rollout
The Federal Government has dismissed recommendations that it should mandate fibre-to-the-curb for the remainder of the National Broadband Network rollout.

ACMA issues new rules for intelligent transport systems
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has introduced new rules for road traffic authorities to put intelligent transport systems in place.

Welcome to the first copy of CommsWire for 2018 from TelSoc.

Welcome to the first copy of CommsWire for 2018 from TelSoc.

Welcome to the first copy of CommsWire for 2018 from TelSoc.

This is the final edition of CommsWire for 2017. We will return on 15 January 2018. We wish you a Merry  Christmas and a Happy New Year. 

Tim Herring and the TelSoc Board

Video streaming threatens mobile network performances: Telstra
There is an emerging threat to the performance of mobile networks with the risk that peak demand from the video streaming explosion might swamp network cell capacity, according to a senior Telstra executive.

Australia-Singapore cable opens up new strategic data route, says Vocus 

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