Motorola Solutions scores big with Commonwealth Games critical network, devices rollout

Motorola Solutions has won a major contract with the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games to supply the 1.5 million spectators, volunteers, athletes and team officials, along with some 3,500 State Police, 2,000 Australian Defence Force and 4,200 private security staff with a key radio networking service. “Although we are happy to help deliver a safe and… Continue Reading →

NetComm Wireless aims for US, Europe expansion on the back of NBN partnership

NetComm Wireless has set out its strategy to step up its foray into the US and European markets building on the firm’s’ track record as a key supplier to the NBN. Telecom Times spoke with NetComm Wireless CEO Ken Sheridan just when NBN announced the limited deployment of its fibre-to-the-curb access technology in selected Sydney and Melbourne suburbs. “At yesterday’s launch of… Continue Reading →

Heather Wright promoted to Assistant Editor at Telecom Times

Telecom Times is pleased to announce that Heather Wright has been promoted from her role as New Zealand Editor to Assistant Editor. While Heather will remain in charge of the NZ brief, she will, over time, be taking on more editorial responsibilities. “I’m delighted to offer this position to Heather who has hit the ground running from day… Continue Reading →

NetComm to support NBN’s ‘world first’ reverse powered DPU/NCD technology

  NetComm Wireless has partnered with the company rolling out the Australian national broadband network, to supply the network access devices needed to connect homes and businesses to the NBN’s newly launched fibre-to-the-curb service. NetComm said NBN’s FTTC deployment looked set to bring fibre-like speeds to a million Australian premises using NetComm’s “world-first reverse powered Distribution Point… Continue Reading →

NBN unveils FTTC tech in limited Sydney, Melbourne rollout

NBN Co has launched its fiber-to-the-curb access technology, saying the first homes and businesses in Australia can now order FTTC services from a range of internet providers. NBN Co said it has delivered a limited release of FTTC offerings to some 1,000 homes and businesses in Coburg, North Melbourne and in Miranda, South Sydney. It… Continue Reading →

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