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Verizon acquires Niddel for threat detection with machine learning

Verizon on Friday said it acquired privately-held company Niddel to boost its security detection and response for enterprise customers. Founded in 2014, Niddel hunts threats with machine learning, identifying potentially infected or compromised machines in an organization’s network. Verizon didn’t disclose terms of the deal. The carrier said Niddel’s technology ...

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AT&T's FirstNet enlists all 50 states for first responder network

AT&T said Friday all 50 US states including Washington DC, US Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico have opted-in to its FirstNet communications network for first responders. FirstNet aims to provide a nationwide broadband network for America’s public safety community “with access to new technologies and increased capacity and reliability for ...

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LG, Here partner to provide telematics for self-driving cars

LG and Here, the company behind Here Maps, have partnered to combine LG’s telematics technology and Here’s location services to create a data communications hub for automated and fully autonomous cars. The companies will combine their tech to beam data from cameras, radars, lidars, and other sensors on autonomous cars ...

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ACCC kicks off NBN wholesale service levels inquiry

(Image: ACCC) The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has published its discussion paper investigating the National Broadband Network (NBN) company’s wholesale service standards. NBN’s wholesale service standard levels are presently set out in its commercial agreements with retail service providers (RSPs), and include performance and operational objectives and targets ...

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Fines for NBN installation delays proposed by ACMA

(Image: ACMA) The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has published new consumer protections to be implemented during the migration to National Broadband Network (NBN) services after finding that connection issues may not be resolved for over 100 days on some technologies. The ACMA gathered information about all technologies — ...

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TPG refunding 8,000 NBN customers for slow speeds

(Image: Screenshot by Corinne Reichert/ZDNet) The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has announced that TPG will join Telstra and Optus in refunding National Broadband Network (NBN) customers after not providing them with the speeds they were paying for. According to the watchdog, TPG “misled” customers about the maximum speeds ...

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NBN extends fixed-wireless, satellite partnerships with Ericsson

(Image: NBN) Ericsson has announced extending its deals to continue delivering Australia’s National Broadband Network (NBN) satellite and fixed-wireless managed services until the rollout completes in 2020. Under the agreement, Ericsson will continue providing fixed-wireless network operations, satellite ground systems operations, and end-user connections and “assurance”. Satellite and fixed-wireless serve ...

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