New Zealand’s largest telco Chorus will be able to earn revenues of NZ$689 million in 2022 increasing to NZ$786 million in 2024 under new revenue caps and price-quality guidelines for the telecoms sector announced by the country’s competition regulator, The Commerce Commission.
Aussie Broadband is the company that offers "bloody good broadband", so when we looked at its half year results, we thought they were bloody good, too!
Fibre network operator CenturyLink has changed its name to Lumen Technologies.
Banking group Westpac is collaborating with NBN Co and Cisco to rollout new technology in all its branches across Australia, as part of an infrastructure transformation program designed to deliver efficiencies and improve employee and customer experience.
RSP Aussie Broadband has begun building a $1.8 million fibre network.
Property developer Kanebridge claims that a fibre-based network that delivers super-fast Internet has been so successful at a masterplanned community in Sydney’s north west that it is now scaling the service to two more developments currently under construction.
UK telecommunications services provider BT Group’s restructuring and cost-cutting is a means to drive sustainable long-term growth and to reverse the downward trend in earnings, according to data and analytics company GlobalData.
Optus says its network infrastructure deployed on the Gold Coast for the recent Commonwealth Games makes the city one of Australia’s most digitally connected cities, capable of hosting a range of major sporting and entertainment events.
Telstra has landed a $90 million network transformation deal to upgrade more than 850 McDonald’s restaurants around the country to a fibre network.
NBN Co says it is close to delivering gigabit speeds to homes and businesses in six cities, including Sydney and Melbourne, following trials of new technology on its hybrid fibre coaxial (HFC) network.
The chief executive of Internet Australia, Laurie Patton, says there are increasing signs that industry and the community have begun to question the government’s copper-based multi-technology mix (MTM) model for the National Broadband Network (NBN) and that IA will continue efforts to have the government abandon it in favour of a return to fibre.
Telco and broadband provider TPG has signed a multi-million dollar agreement to deliver a dedicated high speed network connecting all locations across Australia for the country’s largest medical imaging clinic group, I-MED Network.
Optus has delivered what it says is an ‘Australian first’ with the upgrade of its inter-capital fibre network from Cairns to Perth to 100 Gigabits per second (Gbps) to now deliver wavelength links with combined capacity ten times larger than previously available.
"Only" 329 million will subscribe to 5G - wow! That number is the entire population of the USA
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