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Inter-Process Communication – building block for the new internet

The blog on the need for a new internet received quite a bit of (international) attention and with the assistance of colleague John Day  would like to elaborate a bit further on this. I mentioned RINA as a good example … Continue reading

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Verizon – Yahoo: incumbents never seem to learn

It is amazing that after the dozens of examples of failed business decisions made by telcos in relation to the digital economy Verizon has clearly not learned any lessons and is willing to waste $4.8 billion in its purchase of … Continue reading

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The Apps and Entertainment market continues to evolve

With the rise of digital platforms, the media industry is rapidly changing. In newspaper and book publishing, TV and radio broadcasting, film, music, and other forms of media, we see that the national walls that protect local organisations within traditional … Continue reading

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Looking at fresh new options for the NBN

A couple of weeks ago I mentioned that my American colleagues Tim and Lesley Nulty were visiting Australia, they are nearing the end of their 2 months stay and by now have a good high-level understanding of the situation in … Continue reading

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Zero-rated content ruffling a few feathers

It has become a popular practise for mobile operators to offer service bundles which include free data usage to access mobile apps such as social media, email or OTT messaging services. Known as “zero-rated content”, around half of all mobile … Continue reading

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