Transmission wholesale services in the telecommunications sector — including the impact that NBN services are having on competition within the transmission market — are to come under scrutiny from the competition watchdog, the ACCC, in a public inquiry which has just opened.
Australian-listed knowledge management software provider Knosys has won its biggest single contract with a $6.1 million agreement with Singapore telco Singtel and its Australian subsidiary Singtel Optus to deploy its knowledge management platform, KnowledgeIQ.
The National Broadband Network has responded to concerns by the competition watchdog about potential unfair competition in the telco sector over an HFC deal between it and Telstra, simply confirming its credentials as Australia’s open access wholesaler only ‘non-discriminatory operator’.
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