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Displaying items by tag: Wholesale telecoms services

New Zealand’s competition enforcement and regulatory agency, The Commerce Commission, has recommending deferring for two years a decision on whether wholesale voice services provided on copper lines by the country’s largest telco, Spark, should be deregulated.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 11:19

Optus seals Exetel NBN aggregation deal

Optus has sealed a two-year deal to provide NBN wholesale aggregation services exclusively to Internet Service Provider Exetel.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Wholesale telecommunications services provider Inabox has incurred a net loss of $351,000 for the year to the end of June, attributing the losses to the acquisitions of rival companies, Anittel and Neural Services.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The  Department of Communication's “intervention” in the Telstra fixed line pricing issue, has outraged the Competitive Carriers Coalition to the extent that it has now called on the federal government to instruct the department to withdraw its submission on pricing to the ACCC.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

ICT and wholesale telecommunications provider, Inabox Group, has launched the first phase of its enterprise system transformation.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Tuesday, 30 June 2015 12:17

Inabox signs $3.6m deal with Total Telecom

Wholesale telecommunications and cloud services provider Inabox Group, has signed a $3.6 million deal with Total Telecom Group to migrate 3000 end user customers’ PSTN services to Inabox’s wholesale aggregation solution.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

New Zealand telco, Spark,  is up in arms at the high charges for the country’s wholesale broadband prices which it says are pushing up the retail price of the Internet to the detriment of Kiwi consumers.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Wholesale telecommunications services provider Inabox has boosted its coffers to underpin further acquisitions with completion of a new financing agreement with the Commonwealth Bank.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Listed wholesale telecommunications products and services provider Inabox Group has moved to position itself as an ICT services company with the appointment of former iVox CEO Michael Clarke as Chief Technology Officer.

Published in People Moves
Thursday, 25 June 2009 13:43

AAPT boosts management team from within

AAPT has drawn from within its own ranks to boost its senior management team as chief executive, Paul Broad pursues a strategy to drive increased business to its consumer, business and wholesale divisions.

Published in People Moves
Wednesday, 17 June 2009 10:05

TransACT awards Vocus $0.5m IP transit contract

TransACT, a provider of Internet, cable TV and telephony services in the ACT, has awarded wholesale communications provider, Vocus a contract to provide IP transit services that will be worth in excess of $0.5 million per year.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 15 June 2009 12:27

Focus on Vocus

Wholesale telecommunications services vendor, Vocus, has brought in a new account manager as part of its stated strategy and claim to deliver services which will “shake up” the Australian wholesale telecommunications industry.

Published in People Moves
Thursday, 14 May 2009 09:57

Industry body examines NBN wholesale models

Australia's peak communications industry body is preparing to help develop wholesale service models for the National Broadband Network (NBN).

Published in Market
Wednesday, 11 February 2009 04:03

EFTel hires industry veteran to lead wholesale charge

ISP EFTel (ASX: EFT) is ramping up its wholesale offerings with the launch of an expanded wholesale division headed up by industry veteran Warwick Pye.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 18 November 2008 10:31

Ovum asks if Australia really needs an NBN?

Thanks to Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, Australia is going through the hurdles of choosing the technology for a “National Broadband Network” (NBN), smack bang in the middle of a time when wireless technology is improving so much that going wired almost seems like going backwards.

Published in Strategy
iiNet, Australia's third largest ISP, and Internode have blasted Communications Alliance, the telecoms industry's peak body, over a report to the ACCC on migrating telephony services to the unconditioned local loop (ULLS) claiming that its supposedly independent processes have been hijacked by Telstra.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Competition in the ADSL2+ market is set to ramp up with People Telecom (ASX: PEO) becoming the first service provider in Australia to sign a wholesale agreement with Telstra enabling it to resell Telstra's ADSL2+ services.

Published in Strategy
Australia’s southern island, Tasmania, has two fibre optic connections to the mainland, but with only one carrying consumer and business traffic, and the other apparently laying idle. With major ISP, Internode, ceasing the sign-up of new ADSL2+ consumer customers, is the Apple isle suffering affordable Internet denial?

Published in Strategy
Telstra has worked with Alcatel-Lucent to lay a 9,000 kilometre submarine cable between Hawaii and Australia, giving up to 1.28 Terabits per second of connectivity between the two countries.

Published in Networking
Tuesday, 08 April 2008 06:51

The non-sniffable OPEL smell of WiMAX

As we all know, the Optus and Elders joint-venture called OPEL was felled by the Federal Government, not only seeking to save almost $1b but promote its own fibre network at the expense of next-gen WiMAX. What a shame.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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