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One NZ opens first 'Resilient Store' in Napier, ready for outages
One New Zealand has opened its first 'resilient store' in Napier, offering uninterrupted service during power outages.
Tricentis boosts mobile testing with Virtual Mobile Grid launch
Tricentis launches Virtual Mobile Grid, enhancing its mobile testing capabilities and ensuring superior app quality.
UK splashes £70m on new future telecoms technologies
The new investment will support ambitions to become a global leader in 6G technology, improving the capacity and speeds of data transfer.
Sparks revamps Innovation Studio with advanced tech for NZ businesses
Sparks rejuvenates its Innovation Studio with advanced tech, encouraging NZ firms to discover the scope of emerging technologies.
One NZ commits to greater transparency: Real-time customer service metrics shared
One New Zealand enhances transparency by sharing real-time customer service data, revealing improved support metrics.
Superloop makes final offer to acquire Symbio Holdings
Superloop offers £2.91 per share to acquire Symbio Holdings in Australian telecoms sector shake-up, with potential value of £3.06 per share.
TCA launches free tool to foster eSIM technology interoperability
The Trusted Connectivity Alliance has launched the TCALoader tool, allowing mobile operators to test interoperability of SIM-based value-added services.
Amazon Web Services introduces telecommunications competency
In the era of 5G, telcos are under pressure to find new ways to build, operate, and monetise networks while delivering new and greater value to customers.
VoLTE market to reach US$914.8 billion by 2033: FMI
The voice-over LTE market is forecasted to garner revenue of US$914.8 billion in 2033, up from US$18.4 billion in 2023, at a rate of 47.8%.
The comprehensive guide to effective telco business bill management
The pain isn't just about understanding your Telco bill; it's about knowing where you might be overpaying due to inaccuracies or redundant services.
UK energy crisis will impact emission reduction plans
IT and telecoms business leaders in the UK and Ireland say the energy crisis will impact their organisations ability to meet emissions reduction plans.
Zoom introduces new workspace Notes to aid collaboration
Notes for Zoom allows users to collaborate before, during, and after meetings to help drive productivity and alignment.
ComCom seeks views on revenue limits, service quality standards for Chorus
The Commerce Commission is seeking feedback on resetting revenue limits for Chorus, New Zealand's largest telecoms infrastructure provider.
Radware and Spark sign cybersecurity partnership agreement
The partnership will provide application and network security for organisations in NZ, including those in banking, transport, health, and the public sector.
Mighty Ape shakes up Kiwi telco market with prepay plans
Mighty Ape, New Zealand's iconic online retailer, is set to disrupt the telecoms sector with its new prepay mobile plan, Mighty Mobile.
Start Beyond partners Strivr to advance VR-based learning
Strivr has partnered with Australian VR studio Start Beyond to bring its platform to the APAC market and advance VR-based workplace learning.
Equinix, Dell partner with IMDA to upgrade digital infrastructure
The three organisations will work together to reshape how digital infrastructure is designed, deployed, and maintained.
Vietnam's largest telco group chooses Juniper for network refresh
The upgrades are designed to help Viettel better scale its consumer mobile and fixed broadband services, especially as networking demands increase.
Telecom analytics market to reach $23 billion by 2033
Telecom service providers employ analytics tools to improve customer service, minimise revenue losses, and cut sales and marketing expenses.
Earnings wrap: Spark reports positive growth for 2023
Spark New Zealand reports strong FY23 results with revenue, EBITDAI, and NPAT growth. The company is confident in its ability to continue growing in FY24.
Farewell to the 3G network
With the development of 4G networks in the 2010s and teens, the importance of 3G networks in Australia began to decline.
PPDS partners Avientek to expand in the Middle East
Avientek selected PPDS as its new brand of choice for professional displays, which are made available to its extensive partner network for the first time.
ST Telemedia announces 3rd data centre at One Bangkok
The new data centre aims to attract digital-focused businesses, boosting Thailand’s standing as the region’s digital hub.
Australian telco customer complaint numbers hit record low
Australia's telcos achieve record-low complaint rates, with just three complaints per 10,000 services in operation.