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Established in 1994, Communications Day is the authoritative source for commercial, regulatory, political and technology news and analysis for telecommunications in Australia and New Zealand. Delivered every working day to a reader base of C-level executives, regulators, government and opposition ministers and their staff, CommsDay provides essential business intelligence and a key competitive advantage for anyone working in the ANZ telecoms sector.
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in today’s issue of commsday

  • CommsDay can reveal that Nokia has made what it sees as a significant 5G breakthrough: a Radio Frequency Integrated Chip for early 5G deployments in sub-6GHz spectrum that could significantly reduce cost, power consumption and emissions without sacrificing capacity or coverage. And head of mobile networks R&D Dr Michael Reiha, speaking to CommsDay during a tour of several key Nokia markets to discuss the technology, said that Australia would play a pivotal role in the heavy concentration of 5G rollouts expected to characterise the APAC region.

  • Singapore's mobile market is hotting up with an Australian start-up launching what is only the island nation's second MVNO.

  • Communications Alliance is asking for public comment on proposed processes for the handling of life threatening and unwelcome communications, as well as NBN FTTB/N and Parallel Migration Processes.

  • The Commonwealth Bank has struck a deal to bring Canadian mobile payment platform Mobeewave to Australia. It will work with partners Mastercard, Samsung and identity specialist IDEMIA to introduce the technology in the second half of 2018.

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SPACE & SATELLITE AU

Space & Satellite AU is the new weekly newsletter from the producers of CommsDay and the Australasia Satellite Forum. Australia and the surrounding Pacific region has long been an important market for global players such as Intelsat, Viasat and Eutelsat. Homegrown operations from NBN, Optus and Speedcast have also become increasingly key to the sector. Now we see the rise of a local nanosat industry and increasing interest in the creation of an Australian space sector and government agency. Space & Satellite AU is the publication of record for these developments.

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commsday events

CommsDay events are where Australia’s telecoms leaders meet. From our flagship CommsDay Summit in Sydney and Congress in Melbourne, to our specialised industry conferences focusing on wireless, datacentres, wholesale and more, each of our events provides access to exceptional speakers and delegates, unparalleled networking, and unrivalled brand exposure for our sponsors.

IOT Australia Summit

2018 is emerging as the year the Internet of Things becomes a real thing as telcos such as Thinxtra, NNN Co, Telstra, Optus and Vodafone bring dedicated networks to market. This one day primer event examines how to create cross-sectoral IoT partnerships, network solutions, telco strategies and specific verticals such as automotive, smart cities and health. Held with Communications Alliance and IOTAA.


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Global Broadband Futures

This one day event provides international case studies from technology suppliers and national broadband operators on how they are deploying and upgrading their networks to deal with broadband demand in the present and future. Access technologies such as FTTC, FTTN, FTTP, HFC, LTE and satellite will be discussed by international and Australian experts in a collegiate workshop environment. More details soon.


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Sample Articles in Space & Satellite AU

  • Australia has signed a treaty with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) reaffirming a commitment made with USA to collaborate on space exploration more than 50 years prior.

  • South Australia is courting space start-ups with hard currency.

  • Brisbane’s EM Solutions has hired a new board member: highly decorated and recently retired Major General Jeff Sengelman DSC, AM, CSC.

  • ridium will launch its next 20 satellites on a pair of previously flown Falcon 9 boosters beginning December 22, 2017.

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