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Operators form global M2M alliance to attract multinational enterprises

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.

Telstra boss ready to transform digital media and IPTV businesses

If Telstra Media CEO Rick Ellis has his way, the Australian company will live and die--financially at least--on its digital media and IPTV businesses.

Ooyala receives $35M cash infusion to expand international operations

If money is the lifeblood of any start-up--or new company that's moved beyond the start-up phase--then the $35 million Ooyala just received is a major transfusion that will juice up its ability to aggressively sell video streaming technology to established MVPDs throughout the world.

Apple coughing up $2.5M to settle 'iPad+4G' dispute

Apple has agreed to pay the Australian government almost $2.5 million in fines and legal fees stemming from its promotion of the 4G capabilities of its latest iPad, which is incompatible with the spectrum currently being used for LTE in Australia.

Analyst: Telstra Telecom takeover would benefit consumers

New Zealand consumers would win if Telstra manages to navigate through all the complexities of selling its New Zealand subsidiary TelstraClear to Vodafone so it can acquire Telecom, a...

Placement gaffe costs Telstra its porn

Campaigners have forced Australian operator Telstra to drop porn from its

Telstra talking to Vodafone about selling its TelstraClear subsidiary

Telstra (ASX: TLS.AX) confirmed that it has begun discussions with Vodafone New Zealand (LSE: VOD.L) to explore a possible deal to sell its New Zealand subsidiary, TelstraClear. The service provider...

Telstra improves VPN, cloud performance with Application Assured Networking service

Telstra (ASX: TLS.AX) believes that it can provide an even better experience for its enterprise cloud and VPN customers so it has introduced its Application Assured Networking (AAN) service.

Optus offers free service, devices for Aussie LTE launch

Optus has launched Australia's second LTE network by offering free service and devices to select customers. Using Huawei infrastructure, Optus activated FDD-LTE service late last week across the

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