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LinkedIn reveals Australia’s most powerful CEO profiles
“These Power Profiles have developed their brand on LinkedIn by sharing their diverse experiences and voicing their opinion on topics that matter.”
Optus makes the next step in nbn offerings for wholesale partners
Optus Wholesale is continuing its expansion of nbn network offerings for wholesale customers with a raft of new innovations.
nbn announces huge revenue growth, well on track for 2020 goal
“In the past six months, nbn recorded revenue close to the total achieved in the entire fiscal 2016 year.”
The biggest stories to hit the Australian IT sector in 2016
We look back at the big stories of 2016 and what they meant for Australia’s IT decision makers, enterprises and workforce.
Decline in router spend thanks to Australia’s 4G rollout
"Enterprise sales were stagnant, with growth through the first half of 2016 tempered by the Federal elections as projects were put on hold."
Make 'em pay or take copper away? NZ & AU's different tactics to the fibre rollout
The difference between Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN) & New Zealand's Ultrafast Broadband Network (UFB) rollouts is tellingly different.
Kordia speaks out against Chorus and NZ Telco infrastructure
"New Zealand’s UFB network started off with such promise. Do we really want Chorus becoming the NBN of New Zealand?"
ACCC examines competition implications of Telstra NBN involvement
The ACCC is looking at proposals from NBN and Telstra to address concerns around the competition implications of Telstra’s involvement in the rollout.
Vocus offers up new M2 NBN offering for resellers
Vocus Communications has launched a new product from the M2 product suite, enabling resellers to capitalise on the fast expanding NBN footprint.
Australia’s NBN rollout on track, but it is still early days
The rollout of the Australian-government funded NBN network is accelerating, with growth speeding up in the later stages of 2015.
Aussie organisations: start planning for the NBN now
As the national broadband network ramps up its business-grade service provision, it’s important businesses start factoring it into their telco plans.
M2 serves up NBN wholesale offerings
M2 has entered into NBN wholesale aggregation and backhaul with the launch of NBN Connect.
NBN releases new rollout plan
The NBN has released a new three-year construction plan with construction to 7.5 million premises due to start in the next three years.
NBN launches FTTN, promises 'very high speeds' still achieveable
The NBN has launched its commercial fibre to the node product, saying ‘most’ end-users on the trial got wholesale speeds of 100Mbps download.
Turbulent times for Australia's National Broadband Network
NBN Co is now facing the threat of being exposed to competition by a government ideologically committed to the free market and minimal regulation.
The mess that is Australia's NBN project
NBN Co has finally revealed details, of sorts, on what technologies it will use, and where, to provide Australian homes with fast broadband speeds.
Australia's NBN Fibre network facing uncertain future
The future of Australia's nationwide fibre to the home network is looking increasingly uncertain
ICT salaries accelerating across the ditch
Professionals in the communications sector enjoying increased salaries in one of the fastest growing industries Down Under, beating the general cost of living.
Huawei CEO strengthens ties Down Under
Fresh from agreeing a US$56m deal with Kiwi firm Rakon, Huawei’s CEO Ren Zhengfei arrives in Australia to cement their credentials as a mainstream vendor.
Android’s answer to banking app
Inspired by the success of its iPhone mobile app, the National Bank now banks with Android.
NBN vs. UFB – Head to Head Comparison
Following on from the same sort of approach in my last post, I thought it would be interesting to compare the government sponsored fibre rollouts under way in Australia and New Zealand.
Running an ISP in NZ vs. Australia – Key Differences
Running an ISP that operates in both Australia and NZ puts me in a fairly unique position, one that should allow me to give a bit of an insight into the differences in service delivery on each side of the ditch.
Huawei controversy could benefit resellers
<strong>With the New Zealand and Australian governments lining up on opposing sides of the Huawei debate, will local resellers feel the fallout?</strong> Huawei’s exclusion from Australia’s national broadband network (NBN) – and the resulting political fallout in New Zealand with the two governments lined up on opposing sides – are not expected to have any impact on the local channel according to Geoff Johnson, Gartner research vice president.
Huawei fiasco: winners and losers
The casualty count mounts as the scandal over potential cyber espionage drags on.