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Security firm Qualys has become the latest to be affected by a breach of a file transfer system manufactured by the firm Accellion, the company says.

Published in Security

Telco Singtel Optus is experiencing issues with its network, with some customers, both residential and businesses, affected.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Singapore's multinational telecommunications conglomerate Singtel has been breached by an attack on a file-sharing system from Accellion that is nearing its end-of-life, with the breach ocurring on 20 January, the telco says.

Published in Security

Telco Singtel Optus has launched an all-in-one home Internet package which it claims will satisfy the needs of a typical Australian home.

Published in Entertainment

Telco SIngtel Optus has announced the creation of a "Community of Experts" which will result in every customer being moved to a dedicated team within six months.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Singtel Optus has suffered a loss of $27 million for the first six months of its 2020-21 financial year, with the telco saying the outcome was the result of what it characterised as a challenging period.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Telco Singtel Optus will acquire Australia's biggest mobile virtual network operator, having signed a deal to buy amaysim for $250 million, the company says, adding that it will also be launching a new digital brand gomo which is aimed at providing simple plans and budget-friendly services.

Singtel Optus has demonstrated how virtual meetings, much in vogue these days due to the pandemic, can have many more features using VR and a fast network provided by 5G.

Thursday, 09 July 2020 15:43

Optus 5G home Internet is an NBN killer

For a while now, there have been mutterings here and there that the NBN Co's vain attempts to raise its average revenue per user — which has the fancy acronym ARPU — will face a real challenge once 5G gets a foothold in the community and retail service providers decide to use it to challenge the government monopoly.

Published in Networking

Singapore's telcos have chosen Finland's Nokia and Sweden's Ericsson for their 5G networks, leaving China's Huawei, the biggest global provider of 5G equipment, out in the cold.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Japan's NEC has been selected by the Asia Direct Cable Consortium to construct the 9,400-kilometre long Asia Pacific submarine cable which is expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2022.

Singtel and Nokia are collaborating on developing and trialling 5G network slicing capabilities, based on a Network as a Service (NaaS) approach aimed at providing customers with “highly customisable” services for a variety of 5G use cases and applications.

Wednesday, 02 October 2019 14:34

Southern Cross NEXT Cable enters construction phase

The trans-Pacific Southern Cross NEXT Cable has now entered the construction phase with the project achieving CIF (Contract in Force).

Singapore telco Singtel is investing S$45 million over three years in a professional development program designed to boost the digital skills of its 12,600 employees.

Australia’s second biggest telco Optus has suffered a 32% drop in net profit for the three months of the June quarter with the telco attributing the decline to higher depreciation charges incurred with its investment in its mobile network and lower contributions from Optus Business.

Published in Market

Australia’s second largest telecommunications carrier Optus and its parent company Singtel have received a slap in the face from the S&P Global Ratings agency which downgraded the outlook on both companies over the next two years from stable to negative due to high debt levels.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Australia's second biggest telco, Singtel Optus, has been hit by an outage that has been affecting some services for at least the last four hours.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Telcos Singtel and Optus along with equipment vendor Ericsson say they have successfully made an end-to-end video call with augmented reality between Singapore and Australia, using an OPPO 5G test device.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Australia’s largest telco, Telstra, and French-based telecoms provider Orange Business Services, have come in just behind Japanese telco NTT Communications in the Asia Pacific cloud telecoms leadership rankings released by analytics firm GlobalData.

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