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cote d or “Mike is one of the most widely respected network engineering leaders in the world,” Denholm said. “He has made a huge contribution over many years and will leave an impressive legacy at Telstra’s world-class wireless and fixed networks.”
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in the night By the end of September, Telstra will be nearing the completion of the telco’s Networks for the Future program and will be well on the way to deploying 5G, Denholm said.
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top social networks “I am very proud of everything we have achieved and I will be leaving Telstra in a few months knowing that the team is on the cusp of great success in bringing the next generation of networks to Telstra’s customers. The time is right for me to enjoy a break and then a new direction in my career,” he said.
lettera a g During this career, Wright contributed to the evolution of Telstra’s LTE/HSPA networks well as the deployment of new spectrum bands and technologies such as LTE-A, Gigabit LTE, VoLTE, VoWiFi, Cat M1, NB-IoT and LTE broadcast capabilities.
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