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Telstra launches co-funded satellite small cells product

Telstra has launched its satellite small cells product, dubbed the 4GX-lite Mobile Satellite Small Cell, which is being pitched as allowing those in remote areas to co-fund a satellite-backed extension of the telco’s mobile network. The company is looking to deploy 500 of the satellite small cells in the next ...

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Canberra has no issue with Huawei for Perth transport contract

Image: Asha McLean/ZDNet The government of Western Australia has downplayed security worries around the expected award of a AU$120 million Perth Transport Authority contract to Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei. The company is on the shortlist to upgrade radio communications on Perth’s rail system, but there have been suggestions it could ...

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Cisco CEO: AI enables every tech we build

Artificial intelligence (AI) is an enabler of technology rather than being a business itself, according to Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins, who told ZDNet that AI is critical in sitting behind much of the networking giant’s portfolio. Chuck Robbins: “We wouldn’t be able to do what we’re doing without AI.” Cisco ...

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Wiring for wireless: 5G and the tower in your backyard

Video: The industries at the forefront of 5G On a pleasant afternoon in early January 2018, at City Hall in Shreveport, Louisiana, a few dozen folks gathered to discuss the implications of a radical new infrastructure project. It would impact the landscape so distinctly that anyone standing within the city’s ...

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Broadcom delivers strong Q2 on data center, storage strength

Broadcom delivered better-than-expected second quarter results on strong demand for its data center wares. The company, best known for trying to recently acquire Qualcomm, reported second quarter net income, including discontinued operations, of $3.73 billion, or $8.33 a share, on revenue of $5.01 billion, up 20 percent from a year ...

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