Displaying items by tag: PSTN

PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENT: Over the Wire has today released Microsoft Teams Direct Routing calling plans, so your organisation can now call externally to the PSTN without the need for onpremises hardware.

Published in Listed Tech
Monday, 26 March 2018 12:18

MNF a preferred supplier for Tasmanian Govt

Telecommunications services provider the MNF Group has been selected as a preferred supplier to the Tasmanian Government for telephony and IP-based services.

Published in Deals
Thursday, 21 September 2017 20:27

Telstra inks $90 million McDonald’s deal

Telstra has landed a $90 million network transformation deal to upgrade more than 850 McDonald’s restaurants around the country to a fibre network.

Published in Deals

New Zealand’s largest telco Spark is switching services across the country from its ageing Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) to a next-generation IP-based network.

A global study of the broadband market has found that value-added services, such as security, Voice Over IP (VoIP) and IPTV, added almost 37 percent to the basic broadband subscription during 2010, and generated $60 billion in revenue for vendors.

Published in Market
With few exceptions, Internet connectivity for homes has piggybacked on another service. Is that about to change?

Published in Core Dump
OptiComm will use NEC equipment to roll out fibre to the premises (FTTP) to at least 50,000 new homes and businesses.

Published in Networking
Competition in the Australian voice and broadband market just got a lot hotter with Optus announcing a naked DSL service running at ADSL2+ speeds, meaning customers can now take out a broadband DSL plan without having to pay an added PSTN telephone line rental charge. Optus, Australia's second largest broadband provider, joins the number three ISP iiNet and a bevy of smaller providers now offering naked DSL plans, putting further pressure on Telstra's PSTN business.

Published in Beerfiles
Wednesday, 26 November 2008 11:15

Internode to use Telstra ADSL2+ DSLAMs

Not satisfied with its own network of ADSL2+ DSLAMs, Internode will begin using Telstra's equipment next month.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 09 July 2008 14:29

Naked DSL driving herd of consumers to VoIP: IDC

The movement from traditional voice telephony to Internet based VoIP services in homes is picking up steam, driven by the emergence of Naked DSL, according to a new report.

Published in Market
Many suspected it because of anecdotal evidence that often apartment renters no longer bother to connect fixed line phones. Now a new report confirms it. Nearly half of household consumers with a phone in Australia prefer to use their mobile phones as their primary means of voice communications.

Published in Strategy




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