Philip Newton set to leave Samsung Electronics Australia in August.
The competition watchdog has granted permission for the proposed Regional Broadband Scheme charge to be passed on by telcos to end users.
Partner to build a dedicated IoT network that will cover 95 per cent of the population by year end
European contender in the mix as channel speculation continues.
- Tech sellers continue to top NSW complaints tally
- Doing business the Dicker Data way
- Telco trouble behind Aussie airport system outage
- Competition watchdog puts broadband monitoring program out to tender
- Vocus chairman joins NetComm ranks at "pivotal" moment
- Cisco reshuffles local channel pack
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- DiUS and CiBUS Group collaborate for agri-business tech
- Queensland patches mobile black spots with new small cell sites
- Underperforming enterprise division leaves Optus with disappointing financials
- Perth tech contractor goes down owing $1M
- Telstra and Optus top telco complaints tally
Channel comes together as ARN launches inaugural After Hours in Melbourne
Ingram Micro kicks off Ingram Experience 2017 roadshow in Melbourne
ARN kicks off Awards season with 2017 Judges' Lunch
Channel treated to a touch of tangerine as NEXTGEN hosts Summer Party 2017
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High-speed internet providers get approval to pass on the proposed Regional Broadband Scheme charge to end customers
The ACCC's program is expected to cost around $7 million to deliver over four years.
David Spence and David Stewart step into NetComm's boardroom ranks
Greens reaffirm they will back Labor's NBN
Claims it's a "gigantic torching of taxpayers' money"
ISPs talk about the issues they want addressed in the upcoming election
Just another cold shoulder.
Nearest competitor, Samsung Galaxy Tab, isn't within shouting distance
Sales up 19 per cent in first quarter compared to last year
Made possible by event partners Cisco and the University of New South Wales’ Big Questions Institute
Five-year overhaul of the university’s communications and campus security systems planned
Communication vendor releases three new Telepresence 2.0 models for the Australian market