Distributor delivered its “most successful year ever” for the 12 months ended 31 December 2016.
At a preview event at this year's MWC on Sunday, Huawei launched the P10 and P10 Plus smartphones, and drew big crowds.
Over disagreement on nbn fixed wireless base station development.
Australian wireless telecommunications hardware manufacturer, NetComm Wireless (ASX:NTC), has officiated Ken Sheridan to be the company’s new chief executive, following his interim duties as acting ...
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- Optus leverages Huawei partnership to launch Aussie first 4.5G network
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- Inabox Group on the lookout for acquisition targets
- Aussie IT professionals refute high-speed NBN claims
- Samsung heir arrested over bribery allegations
- nbn switches up reseller pricing
- Federal Government to review all major IT contracts
- CSC wins landmark South Australian Government IT outsourcing deal
- “Intense” competition impacts Telstra’s financials
- Inabox's Hostworks acquisition fast-tracks cloud momentum
- AFP hands UXC Connect $12.5M networking deal
ARN Connect - Transforming the data centre one block at a time
ARN Roundtable - Finding and selling a niche in a digital world
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Examining the changing job scene in the Aussie channel
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Over disagreement on nbn fixed wireless base station development
Ken Sheridan's interim duties made official
Company now tasked with consolidation after a "record lift in revenue" and profit for the first half of fiscal 2017
Greens reaffirm they will back Labor's NBN
Claims it's a "gigantic torching of taxpayers' money"
ISPs talk about the issues they want addressed in the upcoming election
Just another cold shoulder.
Nearest competitor, Samsung Galaxy Tab, isn't within shouting distance
Sales up 19 per cent in first quarter compared to last year
Made possible by event partners Cisco and the University of New South Wales’ Big Questions Institute
Five-year overhaul of the university’s communications and campus security systems planned
Communication vendor releases three new Telepresence 2.0 models for the Australian market