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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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KT and Hyundai to deploy 5G networks into construction sites

KT and Hyundai to deploy 5G networks into construction sites KT and Hyundai Engineering & Construction will collaborate to use 5G networks for automation in construction. KT and Hyundai Engineering & Construction will work together to build 5G networks at construction sites and develop construction automation technology, the companies have …

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Chrous selects JB Rousselot as new CEO

Chorus trials 10Gbps broadband Chorus gigabit broadband customers in Auckland and Wellington can apply to be among the first to trial a new 10Gbps-speed service. New Zealand telecommunications wholesaler Chorus has selected JB Rousselot to be its new CEO, following the departure of Kate McKenzie at the end of the …

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MIT: We've created AI to detect 'serial internet address hijackers'

Widespread internet outage blamed on Verizon A Verizon error resulted in a “cascading catastrophic failure.” The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), a core internet protocol, is wide open to abuse. Attackers can effectively fool other networks into misdirecting internet traffic for the attackers’ gain, be it snooping, phishing, or some other …

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Aussie Broadband wants NBN congestion rebates extended to FttN

An NBN FttN node getting a Nokia line card installed Image: Corinne Reichert/ZDNet Aussie Broadband has called for the company responsible for the National Broadband Network (NBN) to pay retailers a rebate on localised fibre-to-the-node (FttN) congestion, following the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) on Tuesday flagging a similar …

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