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UFB rollout – The process
It may sound complicated, but it’s actually pretty simple and hassle-free for the consumer
UFB for $59 per month?
Tauranga-based ISP offers ultra-low prices for Ultra Fast Broadband – so what’s the catch?
Free UFB breakfasts with Orcon
Special Auckland events for consumers, businesses and schools who want to know more about making the most of fibre.
Voyager's VDSL venture
High-speed option offers bridge for businesses who don't want to wait for UFB.
InternetNZ invites techies to talk UFB
One-day conference offers chance for experts to discuss the finer points of fibre in build-up to NetHui 2012.
Five big UFB turn-offs
The top reasons why the 'if you build it, they will come' strategy won't work for the Ultra Fast Broadband network.
Chorus puts figure on 'massive' capex plans
Network company to invest just shy of $1 billion in next 19 months.
More video options would drive UFB uptake: Commerce Commission
A 'diverse range' of supply options will be a pivotal factor encouraging consumers to overcome the cost boundary, regulator says.
Enable announces 24 RSP deals
Christchurch businesses spoilt for choice as UFB is rolled out.
Alcatel-Lucent bringing broadband to Tonga
Undersea cable will connect Pacific nation to Southern Cross cable via neighbouring Fiji.
Telecom doubles home data plans
Telecom has increased the data caps on all of its home broadband plans by at least 100%, reflecting the massive upswing in consumer usage.
Today, tomorrow, Timaru
South Island city will be one of the first in the country to experience a fully functional UFB network.
The opportunities on offer under UFB
How Ultra Fast Broadband will allow resellers to drive data centre services to new markets.
Second UFB retail deal for Telecom
Contract with Ultrafast Fibre follows last month's agreement with Christchurch builder Enable.
High speed environment brings new opportunities
Ultra-fast broadband will open up opportunities to drive data centre services to new markets, says Chris Moyle, EMC’s ANZ channel distribution manager.
Virtualisation evolved: the modular data centre
By Nick van der Plas, country manager, New Zealand, Emerson Network Power
Orcon announces school UFB plans
The government has prioritised education for the UFB roll-out; so what will schools pay for fast broadband?
Huawei fiasco: winners and losers
The casualty count mounts as the scandal over potential cyber espionage drags on.
Huawei shut out of Australian broadband project - Updated
Huawei: people are still coming to grips with 'the new China'.
UFB, new iPad set stage for video boom
Kiwi videoconferencing experts launch new business to take advantage of emerging tech synergy.
UFB caught up in mega-ministry uncertainty
Government admits it doesn't have a business case to justify the new Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
Ultrafast Fibre to connect 23 more schools by June
Waikato UFB builder releases details of second deployment phase.
Chorus seeks harmony with former rivals
Network company wants to develop closer relationships with other UFB builders.
Telecom signs deal with Chch UFB builder
Telco looking forward to aiding city's resurgence, particularly through ICT arm, Gen-i.