The explosion in the use of mobile devices like smartphones and tablets by consumers has prompted a big shift to mobile for companies wanting to advertise their products and services, with a new global report revealing 49% of all ad impressions for publishers were on mobile devices.
Telstra is preparing its Ooyala video platform subsidiary for a US float. It will likely get its money back and still own a majority in the company – smart work.
Telstra CEO Andrew Penn has announced that the dominant Australian telco will inject an additional $500 million into upgrading its mobile network over the next two years in his maiden speech as the head of the company. The new investment will bring Telstra’s total mobile network investment to more than $5 billion over the next three years.
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