NBN Co has detailed a price cut for entry-level broadband services that could make it more economical for retail service providers (RSPs) to offer ADSL-equivalent plans.
Field Solutions Holdings (FSG) has been awarded a $500,000 grant by Bulloo Shire in Queensland for the construction of a new broadband network in areas where the National Broadband Network (NBN) only reaches by satellite.
How telecomunications providers can give Australians the fastest broadband speed possible is the key issue said Matthew Lobb, Vodafone general manager for fixed broadband.
5G Networks has made another play for increased rack space capacity with the purchase of Sydney’s Australian Pacific Data Centres (APDC).
The Queensland Police Service says that there is a case for extending from 24 months to seven years the length that telcos need to retain ‘metadata’ to comply with Australia’s data retention regime.
Optus says it is working to improve the experience of migrating to the NBN, with the telco’s CEO, Allen Lew, today revealing details of an initiative to smooth the transition to the new network.
Huawei has dropped a lawsuit against the US government after it released the Chinese vendor's telecommunications equipment that was seized on suspicion of violating export controls.
Australia's antitrust regulator has hurt competition, not helped it, by blocking a $15 billion merger between the third- and fourth-largest telecoms providers, a lawyer for one of the companies told a court on Tuesday.
SME telecommunications provider BVivid has paid $25,200 in penalties following two infringement notices from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
NBN Co has installed Infinera’s Transcend software defined networking (SDN) solution across its 60,000km fibre optic transit network.