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Dark fibre firm spends $5.8m to buy Australian ISP 
Superloop acquires Brisbane network services wholesaler.
Telstra retail boss to step down 
Gordon Ballantyne praised for turning around retail business.
Aussie firm scores Lorna Jane wi-fi deal 
Also lands deployment at Sydney's Barangaroo development.
Vonex boosts sales 22 percent ahead of ASX float 
Rakes in $4.6 million before reverse takeover.
Optus reseller Yatango Mobile Australia hits the wall 
Under administration, though business continuing to trade.
Aussie company wins $30m US smartcard deal 
Juniper targets Cisco with new enterprise architecture 
Has consolidation gone too far in the telco/ISP industry? 
Equinix's private route to Office 365 goes live 
TPG’s $1bn Vodafone deal delivers slap in face to Optus 
[Updated] Thousands of mobile users will be invited to switch networks.
Vonex boss nominated for Telstra award 
Brydie McKee representing WA in Telstra's Business Women's Awards.
Aussie reseller joins DiData in offering Lync "bridge" 
Vocus, M2 execs: $3bn merger will increase competition 
Pre-empts ACCC after both firms notch up total of 30 acquisitions.
M2 Group and Vocus to merge 
Dodo, iPrimus parent in blockbuster deal to form $3 billion giant.
Cisco-only distributor launches in Australia 
Can you be allergic to your wi-fi? 
Compensation now awarded for illness.
Vonex's float partner raises $4.5m 
All systems go for reverse listing.
Telstra delivering Skype for Business to Medibank Private 
Major telco contract with Australia’s largest private health insurer
Billion-dollar TPG flags iiNet 'product refreshes' 
Vonex's ASX float partner enters trading halt 
Another step on the way to reverse listing?
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Issue: 342 | September 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.