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Telstra International takes 40G plunge with Infinera

Telstra International (ASX: TLS.AX) has put Infinera's (Nasdaq: INFN) 40G DTN solution to work in its optical subsea network in Asia, making it the optical vendor's hundredth customer. The 9,000 km

Telstra upgrades Asia subsea cable to 40-G

Australian incumbent Telstra is the 100 th firm on optical networking firm Infinera’s books, having picked the firm’s 40-G DTN product for a 9,000 km subsea cable.

Webwire: Motorola tackled over FRAND; Apple sued over Siri

Motorola accused of FRAND breac

THE WRAP: LTE hits new iPad, NSN cuts more businesses

It was the week that saw the arrival of the LTE iPad, NSN offload another chunk of its business, and Telstra finalize its restructure deal.   Apple unveiled its long-aw

Telstra finalizes "definitive agreements" to take part in government-led NBN

Telstra (ASX: TLS.AX) has put together the last details to move ahead with its definitive agreements with NBN Co. and the Australian to enable to it to participate in the National Broadband Network

Telstra ends NBN Co standoff

Australia's Telstra has finalized the terms of its A$11 billion (€8.8 billion) agreement to separate and participate in the National Broadband Network project.   T

Telstra's separation plan gets green light from Australia's ACCC

Telstra (ASX: TLS.AX) has gotten the regulatory go-ahead to take part in the country's National Broadband Network (NBN) as the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has approved its

Webwire: Apple wins battle in Germany, Uninor won't buy out Unitech

Apple wins reprieve from German ban A German court

Telstra establishes wholesale agreement with Australia NBN

Telstra (ASX: TLS.AX) has ironed out a commercial agreement to sell services via the Australian government's National Broadband Network (NBN). The incumbent service provider is the last large service

Tata Communications helps form global telepresence group

Tata Communications (NYSE: TCL) has joined with nine other global service providers to create what it calls the Global Meeting Alliance, an open ecosystem of service providers that have aligned to