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Aruba expands CX switching portfolio, enhances software

Aruba on Tuesday announced an expanded CX switching portfolio, updates to its AOS-CX operating system and an enhanced version of the NetEdit switch configuration software, which now integrates with Aruba’s Network Analytics Engine. All told, the updates give network operators a full range of systems that all fall under one ...

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NBN rejects speed test reality for one of its own

NBN pricing paper proposes new 100/20, 250/25, and 1000/50Mbps tiers The 250Mbps and 1Gbps plans would only be available on fibre-to-the-premises and HFC networks. What do you do if you are a national broadband wholesaler taking the heat for Australia consisting ranking poorly in global speed test surveys? Why, you ...

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CommBank issues apology to customers for network issues

Image: Asha McLean/ZDNet Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) issued its “sincerest apologies” to customers on Thursday afternoon, notifying them that its systems are experiencing network issues. “We are experiencing an issue with our network this afternoon that is affecting banking services,” the bank wrote in an email to customers. “We ...

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WiFi 6 will face 5G competition

Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto The networking business is becoming more and more complex. In the past, there were clear decisions to make when it came to choosing WAN, LAN, wireless, and cellular technology. But the imminent arrival of widespread 5G and WiFi 6 has changed the game significantly. With 5G having ...

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StarHub completes 10 month shift from cable to fibre

StarHub completes 10 month shift from cable to fibre Hundreds of thousands of customers move to better technology in island state. Singaporean telco StarHub has announced it has completed moving its pay TV and broadband customers from cable connections to fibre. “Over the past 10 months, StarHub assisted hundreds of ...

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