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TPG shares hit as competition regulator flags concerns about Vodafone merger

TPG shares hit as competition regulator flags concerns about Vodafone merger

The ACCC says it has 'preliminary concerns' that removing TPG as a new independent mobile competitor with its own network would be likely to result in a substantial lessening of competition.

  • by Jennifer Duke

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Huawei exec: Peter Dutton said the US 'dropped the ball' on technology
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Huawei exec: Peter Dutton said the US 'dropped the ball' on technology

A Huawei manager claims the Home Affairs Minister slammed the US government over China a month before Huawei was blocked as a 5G supplier to Australian telcos.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Telcos splash out $853 million on 5G spectrum
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Telcos splash out $853 million on 5G spectrum

Australia’s biggest telecommunications companies have spent a collective $853 million to secure future access to the radio wave spectrum in a race to build national high-speed 5G networks.

  • by Jennifer Duke
The 'internet of things' nears as spectrum sale raises $853m
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The 'internet of things' nears as spectrum sale raises $853m

The auction outcomes mean all the wireless carriers have enough bandwidth to deliver strong 5G services. That’s a good outcome for customers and shareholders.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz
Huawei's history with Australia
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Huawei's history with Australia

Huawei Technologies Co is the world’s largest telecommunications equipment and consumer device supplier and has been involved in Australia's networks since 2004.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Bill Shorten under internal pressure to force major changes to 'rushed' encryption laws
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Bill Shorten under internal pressure to force major changes to 'rushed' encryption laws

"There will be people who wonder why we did what we did," said Labor's digital economy spokesman Ed Husic.

  • by Michael Koziol
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'1984' style encryption laws will stymie startup growth: founders
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'1984' style encryption laws will stymie startup growth: founders

Concerns the encryption laws will stop startups from scaling globally.

  • by Emma Koehn
Japan tipped to ban Huawei, ZTE from government contracts
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Japan tipped to ban Huawei, ZTE from government contracts

Japan is set to effectively ban government purchases of telecommunications products from China's Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp, the Yomiuri newspaper reports.

Australia no longer isolated as 'Five Eyes' turn on Huawei
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Analysis

Australia no longer isolated as 'Five Eyes' turn on Huawei

Australia has been out on a limb when it comes to Huawei for quite a while now. But not anymore. 

  • by John McDuling
Huawei's Western assault: cyber threat or competitive advantage?
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Opinion

Huawei's Western assault: cyber threat or competitive advantage?

Huawei's rapid ascendancy and perceived threat to the West is deeply symbolic of the way Western economies have surrendered their one-time leadership role across vast swathes of industry and technology.

  • by Jeremy Warner
BT to strip China's Huawei from core networks, limit 5G access
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BT to strip China's Huawei from core networks, limit 5G access

Britain's BT Group says it is removing Huawei Technologies' equipment from the core of its existing 3G and 4G mobile operations and will not use the Chinese company in central parts of the next network.