AMTA CEO Chris Althaus kicked-off the Unwired Revolution conference in Sydney with an industry-wide perspective covering key developments and drivers shaping the mobile telecommunications industry in Australia.
5G is the next generation of mobile technologies, designed to support new and diverse services and applications to transform the way we live and work. The impact of 5G will be transformative like no previous mobile generation – with significant impacts on the way we live and work.
MobileMuster, the mobile phone industry’s product stewardship program, recognised the efforts of local councils who have dramatically increased their collections and helped make recycling more accessible to the community.
CommsDay is holding its Unwired: Revolution one day event at the Kirribilli Club, North Sydney on Thursday July 20. AMTA's chief executive officer Chris Althaus kicks off the event as the first speaker and the event is endorsed by AMTA.
This World Environment Day (5 June) MobileMuster is calling on Aussies to make a positive move and recycle those old, broken and unwanted mobiles.
Policymakers at the recent Tokyo 5G conference acknowledge the need to get policy settings right to enable timely development of 5G
The Australian Government’s consultation package on proposed reforms to modernise and simplify Australia’s spectrum management framework is a welcome step towards maximising transparency, simplicity and efficiency.
As part of the process the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) and the Mobile Wireless Forum (MWF) delivered a seminar in Melbourne last week to discuss the latest on the international EMF (Electromagnetic fields) exposure and compliance testing standards for 5G.
The ongoing evolution of mobile telecommunications heralds a new era in which 5G mobile technology will significantly augment and enhance the world in which we live – more than any generation before.
5G is much more than a faster radio access technology. It represents a fundamental change in communication network architectures that will enable innovative, revenue-generating services.
The inaugural GSMA Mobile Connectivity Index shows that Australia performs exceptionally well and consistently as the top ranked nation in the 2016 GSMA Index. The Index measures the performance of 134 countries, accounting for more than 95% of the world’s population, against the key enablers of mobile internet connectivity. Importantly, it tells us how specific countries and clusters of countries are performing. In short, Australia is regarded as a leader and our scores reflect a high degree of industry commitment, technical innovation and investment. What are the enablers and how are they measured? The enablers of mobile internet connectivity that inform the indicators selected for the Index are: Infrastructure – the availability of high-performance mobile internet network coverage (Australia’s score: 73.