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UK government wants 'full fibre' for everyone by 2033, while the country tumbles down the broadband speed table

Photo voltaic panels dominate the duvet of the NIC report on the UK’s infrastructure. The British authorities’s Nationwide Infrastructure Fee printed a 160-page report yesterday (July 10) masking the well being of the nation’s cities, the way forward for its roads, making the change to low-carbon power and, amongst different ...

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Telstra kicks off LTE-B deployment with AFL app and Samsung devices

(Picture: Chris Duckett/ZDNet) Telstra has switched on LTE-Broadcast (LTE-B) throughout its community in an effort to forestall congestion by having customers share the identical information stream. Initially, LTE-B is just accessible on Samsung S9 and S8 handsets when utilizing the AFL Reside app. The telco informed media on Thursday that ...

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NNNCo scores Lake Macquarie smart city network contract

(Picture: NNNCo) Australia’s Nationwide Narrowband Community Co (NNNCo) has introduced that it will likely be constructing out an Web of Issues (IoT) community throughout the Metropolis of Lake Macquarie to roll out sensible metropolis providers together with sensible road lighting and water meters. The long-range wide-area community (LoRaWAN) will allow ...

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Huawei Australia CEO: We don't collect any data that could be sent to China

Huawei Australia CEO George Huang and CTO Dr David Soldani (Picture: Corinne Reichert/ZDNet) Huawei Australia CEO George Huang has responded to requires the know-how large to be barred from participating within the nation’s 5G rollouts as a consequence of issues over sharing knowledge with the Chinese language authorities, telling ZDNet ...

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Huawei refutes FCC claims of US national security concerns

Chinese language tech large Huawei has written to the Federal Communications Fee (FCC) arguing that the US mustn’t miss out on its market-leading know-how, additionally stating that its exclusion would drive up client prices for cell companies. Huawei’s feedback got here in response to the FCC’s discover of proposed rulemaking ...

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Huawei launches 5G and IoT customer innovation centre in Sydney

Huawei’s Buyer Resolution Innovation Centre launches in Sydney (Picture: Corinne Reichert/ZDNet) Huawei has launched the Buyer Resolution Innovation Centre (CSIC) in Chatswood, Sydney, in a bid to display its 5G and Web of Issues (IoT) capabilities to clients, authorities, and trade. Talking on the opening of the CSIC on Thursday ...

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