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Tuesday, 31 October 2017 10:39

Bohannon moves into CRO's seat at Whispir

Cloud communications provider Whispir has appointed Paul Bohannon as chief revenue officer.

Published in People Moves

The NBN Co, the company rolling out Australia's national broadband network, claims to have provided a fast broadband access network to 12,000 premises in north-east Brisbane after hauling a fibre cable across the second-longest bridge in the country.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Thursday, 13 October 2016 10:27

NBN Co signs last MTM construction agreements

Fulton Hogan and Visionstream get more NBN construction business.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Telecommunications services provider Visionstream has secured a four-year contract with New Zealand's largest telecommunications infrastructure provider, Chorus, to connect more Chorus’ customers to the country’s Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) network.

Published in Deals

Telecommunications industry services provider Visionstream has secured a $250 million contract extension with Telstra to deliver wideband services across Australia.

Published in Deals

Telecommunications services provider Visionstream has been awarded a $350 million contract with Telstra to supply maintenance and building services to the big telco’s exchanges and networks.

Published in Deals

Australian and NZ ICT and telco, Visionstream, has appointed a new general manager to lead its Australian comms business after the previous GM decided to move overseas.

Published in People Moves
Wednesday, 26 February 2014 15:23

Tassie NBN contractors in huge uproar

The NBN is facing fresh controversy this time from Tasmanian contractors, who say they have lost millions of dollars after the federal government altered its rollout plans.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 29 May 2013 06:24

NBN asbestos fears prompt Telstra audit

Telstra will conduct an audit of its NBN work after reports of asbestos contamination at a number of sites.

Published in Networking

Leighton subsidiary Visionstream has won one of the largest NBN construction deals to date, with a contract for fibre rollout in the Eastern states. The total contract could be worth up to $1 billion. But will it survive a change of government?

Published in Deals

Leighton subsidiary Visionstream has won a lucrative $334 million contract with NBN Co for fibre rollout in the Eastern states. With two optional one-year extensions, the two-year contract could be worth up to $1 billion, according to the firm.

Published in Deals

Visionstream is set to start work on a $90 million contract from Telstra to repair the carrier's pits and pipes in Victoria and Tasmania.

Published in Deals

Telstra has renewed its contract with Leighton Contractors' Visionstream subsidiary for the provision of fibre services to major customers that, Visionstream says, could be worth $120m over its three year life.

Published in Deals
Monday, 06 August 2012 14:13

Visionstream secures another Telstra contract

Leighton subsidiary Visionstream has secured another contract from Telstra, its original owner.

Published in Deals

NBN Co has awarded Leighton Contractors' subsidiary Visionstream a $300m four year contract to roll out the NBN in Tasmania

Published in Deals

Nextgen Networks has announced completion of the Federal Government's $250 million Regional Backbone Blackspots Program (RBBP), for which it was awarded the rollout contract in December 2009.

Published in Networking

NBN Co has awarded Leighton Group subsidiary Visionstream a contract worth up to $19 million to build the first stage of the transit network that will connect NBN Co's central hub to its fibre access nodes and points of interconnect.

Published in Deals

Communications minister, Stephen Conroy has announced that the wholesale fibre backbone link between Gawler in South Australia, Broken Hill in NSW and Shepparton in Victoria - part of the Regional Backhaul Blackspot program - is 'open for business'.

Published in Networking

Network engineering provider Visionstream Australia has won a $70 million contract with Victoria's Emergency Services Telecommunications Authority (ESTA). Under the agreement, Visionstream, part of the Leighton Contractors group, will act as agent for Victoria to continue to operate and maintain the Emergency Alerting System (EAS) network for four years, commencing in November 2012.

Published in Deals




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