Macquarie Telecom Group CEO David Tudehope believes the TIO report highlights systemic failures despite greater reliance on telco services and the industry doing incredibly well during the pandemic.
Macquarie Telecom Group has appointed the former head of the Australian Defence Force Information Warfare division, Maj Gen Marcus Thompson AM PhD, as part of its newly-established federal government advisory board.
Australian-listed Macquarie Telecom Group has been recognised as one of the top places to work in Australia in the annual global Best Places to Work List, for fostering an “inclusive workforce” and its Heartbeat customer service program.
Australian-listed Macquarie Telecom Group is trumpeting delivery of 13-consecutive halves of profitable revenue growth, wth the release of its results for the half year ended December 2020.
Communications and data centre provider Macquarie Telecom has expended its debt facility to $190 million with Australia and New Zealand Banking Group and Royal Bank of Canada to provide an additional $50 million of debt capacity.
The Critical Infrastructure Bill, introduced by the Minister for Home Affairs, Peter Dutton MP, will recognise telecommunications and data centres as critical national infrastructure for the first time.
Macquarie Data Centres expects to spend an additional $50 million and to create hundreds of new jobs as a result of a "significant customer win" following today’s announcement it has entered into a contract for the provision of approximately 10MW of capacity (IT Load) at its Macquarie Park Data Centre Campus.
Macquarie Telecom Group has suffered a 17.5% drop in net profit for the full year 2020, despite increasing revenue by 8% to $266.2 million for the year.
Telecommunications and data centre provider Macquarie Telecom has boosted revenue by 9% to $131.9 million for the half year to the end of December 2019, delivering what the company says is eleven halves of growth as it continues to invest in data centres cloud and security.
Telecommunications and data centre provider Macquarie Telecom Group is trumpeting the delivery of five successive years of profitable growth as it reports a 6% jump in 2019 full year revenue to $246.6 million from $233.6 million the previous year - but dampened by a 3% decrease in after tax net profit of $16.5 million compared to $17.0 million in 2018, due to depreciation.
Macquarie Telecom says it has achieved four successive years of strong profit growth, with its results for the full-year 2018 revealing net profit after tax was up 20% to $17 million from a profit of $14.2 million for the previous year.
Australian ecommerce and hosting solutions provider, eCorner, has signed a deal with Macquarie Cloud Services which it says will help it to stay competitive in the face of increasing competition from US ecommerce giants like Shopify.
Telecommunications and data centre provider Macquarie Telecom has announced the expansion of its existing Macquarie Park Intellicentre to a 43MW campus as part of its ongoing data centre consolidation and development.
The Macquarie Telecom Group has launched an $18 million bid to buy outright the cloud services business Bulletproof which would give it 83.89% of Bulletproof shares that it does not currently own.
Macquarie Telecom has recorded a third successive year of profit growth, with the company declaring a net profit after tax of $14.2 million, a rise of 170% year-on-year, on full-year revenue of $219.7 million.
The Macquarie Telecom Group has delivered $6.2 million in net profits for the first half of the 2017 fiscal year on increased revenue of $106.8 million.
Macquarie Telecom has reported revenue up by 5.5% and profit at $5.4 million compared to a loss of $4.3 million "for the prior corresponding period".
Customer service. It is the final frontier. Macquarie Telecom’s 24-year mission thus far has explored strange new technologies, and mastered many, seeking out new customers and ever better customer service, to boldly go where no telco has gone before.
Macquarie Telecom says the so called Panama Papers leak showed global tax avoidance was a cancer that had to be tackled with every tool available to governments.
Telecommunications and datacentre provider Macquarie Telecom (ASX:MAQ) has achieved a turnaround in its fortunes, reporting a net profit of A$1.96 million for the first half of the 2016 fiscal year – a jump of 178% from a $2.53 million loss for the first six months of 2015.
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