Communications

CDM scores five-city project.
After $1.07 billion write down of poorly performing security business.
Staff texted at 2am to say they'd lost their jobs.
Watchdog snaps at telcos for ignoring compliance scheme 
 
Is "Nova" Google's first step in becoming a telco? 
 
South Australia locks in $525m telco panel 
Three-year probe brings back same six suppliers.
 
Datacom scores national contact centre partnership 
To resell Interactive Intelligence across ANZ.
 
Behind Bridge Point's blockbuster $52m year 
Telstra acquisition followed impressive 2013-14 result.
 
Megaport gives Aussie businesses direct line into Google 
 
After fine Marriott says it won't block guests' wi-fi networks 
 
IVNX administrator sells iTelecom client list after collapse 
 
Fast50 reseller wins $2m deal to connect Uniting Church 
 
DNA Connect signs outdoor wi-fi vendor  
Up-and-comer Aerohive enters Australian market.
 
IVNX Group and iTelecom sink into administration 
The Co-op's prepaid mobile provider hits the skids.
 
24 blockbuster IT executive moves of 2014 
The biggest exits and promotions to shakeup the global industry.
 
Telstra in $857m blockbuster Pacnet acquisition 
Asian data centre and telecoms provider has 220 retail and wholesale partners.
 
Telstra confirms Pacnet acquisition talks 
Potential purchase of significant data centre and telecoms provider.
 
Vocus to create national telco with Amcom buyout 
Combined company will have more than 20 data centres.
 
Great outdoors: wifi access point braves snow, rain, heat 
802.11ac box works in temperatures from -40 to +56 degrees.
 
Optus to resell technology to combat insider trading 
Exclusive deal for Citycom Assure voice analysis.
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Issue: 334 | December 2014

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.