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Displaying items by tag: Sol Trujilllo

Selling the NBN Co to a private entity as a monopoly would be the worst way to ensure that the network is upgraded, a network expert says, adding that if the definition of insanity is to do the same thing repeatedly and expect different results, then privatising NBN Co as a monopoly would definitely qualify.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
The departure of Sol Trujillo from Telstra will pave the way for structural separation of the carrier and the NBN is dead in the water says the Australian boss of Telecom NZ's giant services subsidiary Gen-i. What's more, regulation will continue to play a big role in the newly separated Telstra.

Published in Beerfiles
Friday, 27 February 2009 01:06

Sol Trujillo to step down

Telstra has announced the departure of CEO Sol Trujillo on 30 June saying it expects to have his replacement in place by that time.

Published in Market
Thursday, 22 January 2009 03:22

Telstra COO leaving - and he's not being replaced

Greg Winn will leave his job as Telstra's COO at the end of January to return home to the US. The COO role will lapse on his departure.

Published in Strategy
An organisation representing a range of Australian carriers and ISPs has railed against Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo's "unsolicited advice" to the incoming Barack Obama administration that it should put part of an economic stimulus package towards improving fixed and wireless broadband in the US.

Published in Core Dump
Late last week, an article carrying Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo's byline ran in the US periodical BusinessWeek. Reader reactions have been as interesting as the article itself.

Published in Core Dump
Thursday, 08 January 2009 11:28

Telstra holding back on faster cable Internet?

There's long been a suspicion that Telstra deliberately holds back from delivering newer technology to its customers. Now CEO Sol Trujilo has confirmed it.

Published in Core Dump
Statements made yesterday by Telstra CEO Sol Trujilo suggest the company could sacrifice swathes of its copper network to stave off competition from the successful National Broadband Network.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 30 July 2008 08:46

Telstra claims Australian first with 3D TV

Although 3D TV has been demonstrated over several years at technology trade shows, for gaming, advertising, television, movies and more, Telstra claims it’s first to commercially install the technology at its “Executive Briefing Centre” in Melbourne, Australia.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
The Tell The Truth Telstra (T4) campaigners have seized on the results of the Readers Digest annual "Australia's Most Trusted People" list to claim it found that "Australian’s rate Sol Trujillo, CEO of Telstra, amongst the least trustworthy people in the country." That is hardly telling the truth.

Published in Cornered!

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