The post-incident review aims to reveal what industry, government and the community can learn from the outage, with a focus on emergency calls, customer communications and complaints handling.
US District Judge Martha Pacold had initially ruled that Hytera Communications was in contempt of court for failing to make a US$49 million royalty payment owed to Motorola Solutions.
The Court of Appeals Düsseldorf has ruled in favour of Hytera Communications Corporation Limited and its subsidiary HMF in patent infringement proceedings.
The Federal Court of Australia determined that certain Hytera digital mobile radio (DMR) products infringe Motorola Solutions' Australian patent.
Businesses must manage risks as best they can. When things go wrong, there is insurance to help mitigate the damage, but which is most suitable?
Submissions due to the Commerce Commission by 23 November.
Grasp the future, it is strong and our industry is essential.
Productivity Commission's draft report into a user's 'right to repair' is looking for comment.
To ensure trust industry and government must work together.
The revisions to the Radio Regulations make a number of improvements to the management of the radio spectrum and satellite orbits.
ACMA has draft legislation documents ready to view for comment.
The FCC's Enforcement Bureau has issued an official Enforcement Advisory warning against the use of radio devices or services for criminal activities.
New Zealand's Radio Spectrum Management agency has issued a reminder to the industry and the public concerning the supply and use of illegal radios.
Ofcom has provisionally found that Motorola and Sepura employees exchanged data on strategic pricing intentions for a tender run by the Police ICT Company.
US online hobby equipment supplier HobbyKing has been fined US$2,861,128 by the FCC for marketing drone transmitters that did not comply with licensing rules.