CHICAGO--Australian operator Telstra is a proponent of small cell technology, but a top network executive at the company said the operator will invest in building its macro network first before it starts to look at small cells.
ComCom, New Zealand's telecom regulator, on Tuesday approved Vodafone New Zealand's NZD 840 million (USD 668.7 million) acquisition of TelstraClear, Telstra's New Zealand unit.
Telstra on Wednesday announced that it is acquiring South Australian competitive broadband provider Adam Internet for an undisclosed amount.
Telstra on Tuesday announced that it has installed 1,000 of the 2,000 add-on remote DSLAM devices on existing Remote Terminal (RT) cabinets to bring ADSL services to more of its customer base.
Telstra on Monday introduced a set of wholesale offerings for Australia-based customers under its new "Data Advantage" product line.
Vodafone has acquired over 6,000 km of fibre network in New Zealand (NZ) from Australia's Telstra for £430 million.
Vodafone has made it official that it is going to acquire TelstraClear, Telstra's New Zealand wireline business, for NZD 840 million (USD 668.7 million).
Analysts are bullish on the M2M alliance formed by seven global operators as a move toward eliminating fragmentation in the ecosystem.
It will be interesting to see how an agreement between seven leading global operators on machine-to-machine (M2M) interoperability pans out versus existing carrier agreements in the sector.
Seven global operators--KPN, NTT DoCoMo, Rogers, Singtel, Telefonica, Telstra and Vimplecom--have created a global alliance to streamline the machine-to-machine market. Specifically, the operators plan to develop a global SIM and launch a single Web interface and a central management system for M2M devices that will be powered by Jasper Wireless.