Network Speed news stories
Telstra and TPG Telecom join forces in Australian first
“This is a win for Telstra customers who’ve seen an immediate improvement in Telstra 4G speeds in these locations and also shows telcos can work together to drive better network outcomes.”
Spark completes stage one of Optical Transport Network project
The first piece of the new OTN 2 fibre network was installed between Glenfield and Papakura in Auckland, and is now live and operating at 800 Gigabit per second (Gb/s). Spark’s previous links operated at 100 or 200 Gb/s.
Hands-on review: ASUS ZenWiFi AC (CT8)
ASUS’ new ZenWiFi AC3000 Whole-Home Mesh Wi-Fi System is the perfect way to create a reliable and secure mesh network in your business or home.
Huawei speaks about shaping a 5G future
Huawei claims it has shipped more than 400,000 5G active antenna units and more than 60 5G contracts around the world.
Why the optical transport equipment market is on the rise
The cumulative spend on optical transport equipment during the next five years is projected to grow by 16%.
Huawei aims to reinvent intelligent network maintenance
By applying intelligent technologies and risk management capability, the service will be able to measure network health and predict network risks.
We want to download faster! Australia’s first Gigatown
Australians believe they are getting a raw deal on Wi-Fi when compared to what Kiwis have...
Spark welcomes 90% 4G rollout announcement; says 4.5G is where the future lies
90% of the country now has access to 4G services ahead of schedule. Spark says it welcomes the news, but it also has its eyes on 4.5G.
Vodafone & Nokia showcase first public 5G network trial in Sydney
Vodafone Australia and Nokia have showcased the first glimpse of 5G speeds at a public demonstration in Sydney yesterday morning.
Spark and Huawei bring lightning fast network speeds to NZ
“The faster speeds of 4.5G will truly help unleash more New Zealanders’ potential, meeting our customer’s demands to do more and wait less."
Fortinet: Security without compromise
Fortinet shows how to keep your school’s network safe, without compromising on speed or convenience.
University of Auckland student wins REANNZ scholarship
“Future Funds is intended to give candidates the opportunity to challenge themselves - they’ll be exposed to a wide range of development opportunities
Your school's network could be faster... and safer
To keep your student’s heads down and brains turned on, you need to ensure that your network is equal to the task.