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Netcomm's move away from consumer market pays off 
Back in the black with M2M now the majority of sales.
Coalition bags NBN Study despite telco support 
Storm erupts over Coalition's NBN policy preview 
As NBN Co presses ahead with fibre tests.
NBN debate looks more like Opel discussion 
The Government is losing focus on the NBN to the point where debate is starting to follow the same lines as the previous Government’s canned Opel project, according to the ...
Australian WiMax potential is ‘limited’, analysts find 
Australia will represent only two percent of the Asia Pacific region’s WiMax subscriber base by 2013, analysts say.
Liberal Party: OPEL abolishment supporters named 
The Liberal Party is adamant that project data relating to the OPEL broadband network reveals the impact the Rudd Labor Government's decision to axe it will have on underserved ...
ATUG: Conroy must have alternative for OPEL 
The Australian Telecommunication Users Group (ATUG) has put in its two cents' worth on Senator Conroy’s decision to disband OPEL. According to a recent statement, ATUG viewed ...
Opinion: Conroy "deserves knighthood" for canning OPEL 
According to one CRN reader, The Communications Minister Stephen Conroy’s is right to disband the OPEL consortium, despite criticism from the Federal Opposition.
Conroy's OPEL decision gets thumbs down from Liberal's Billson 
While telecommunications giant Telstra may be ecstatic over the Federal Government’s decision to axe OPEL's plans for a billion dollar regional broadband network, Shadow ...
Is Conroy forgetting about OPEL? 
In his first major IT industry address, Senator Stephen Conroy stood before some 500 attendees, but forgot all about mentioning OPEL
Telstra on OPEL war path 
It seems Telstra is less concerned with Labor’s decision to delay the end of the CDMA network and more worried about the disclosure of 'secret documents' used by the former ...
ETT spruiks satellite broadband in face of OPEL and Govt plans 
Even as OPEL finalises its nation-wide WiMAX rollout and the Federal Government teeters on its FttN plans for regional Australia, newly appointed wholesaler for the IPSTAR ...
Gartner gives thumbs up to IBM Notes/Domino 8 
Gartner has given a general thumbs up to IBM's long-awaited Lotus Notes and Domino 8 groupware offerings.
ACS Oks NetAlert 
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has thrown its support behind the Protecting Australian Families Online program.
Oracle given OK to buy Agile 
Oracle's planned purchase of product life cycle management (PLM) firm Agile Software has been given the thumbs up by industry experts.
Consumers give WiMax the thumbs up 
Technology favoured over more expensive alternatives.
Seccom gives thumbs up to channel 
Young managed security services provider Seccom Networks has added a partner program to what was a direct sales-dominated strategy and plans to sign three distributors and some ...
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Issue: 336 | March 2015

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.