Nearly a quarter of NBN users on slowest speeds Nearly a quarter of Australians who have connected to the national broadband network are on the lowest speed plan — 12Mbps down — according to the latest quarterly Wholesale Market Indicators Report issued by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.

13th February 2019


Cisco introduces first DNA building bricks; Local universities tap device location for student services; Alcatel Australia grows 70% in vital Q4 holiday period - #3 in Australia; Kantar: iOS grows in China, but slowly; Huawei gains ground; Dropmysite rebrands to Dropsuite - targets rapid global expansion; NZ?s Southern Cross Hospitals select Palo Alto to secure the network; Samsung S7 is sublime ? first looks.

10th March 2016


Software-Defined Networking (SDN) removes the limitations of current network infrastructures by separating the control plane from the data forwarding plane. Networks can be managed more cost-effectively and autonomously through centralising decision-making and programmability.This opens up markets for infrastructure providers to provision and offer network resources on-demand to multiple tenants and for service providers to develop and deploy their services on shared infrastructure resources...

December 2015


Competition watchdog delays decision on ihail authorisation; Upstart company disrupts historic WAN operations; Motorola revamps its Australian Public Safety Innovation Centre; Global Chatsim wins an Angels? Choice 2015 Award at Dublin Web Summit; Host Analytics, Inside Info launch Sydney data centre; Fact Check: Ericsson and Cisco Systems Partnership; Wireless charging ? three players and no standard yet.

11th November 2015


ACCAN: Poorly served areas a priority; The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) has made better communications services for poorly served areas a priority for the next 12 months.; Multi-vendor Solution Outlines NFV Path for Telcos; Mobile banking to exceed 1B users before 2016, 2B by 2020; Kawaguchi Turns to Brocade for Citywide Municipal Ethernet Fabric; LogMeIn agrees deal to acquire LastPass; New research shows more than half of operators plan to deploy carrier-grade Wi-...

14th October 2015


Telstra the new Wi-Fi bandwidth bully; TPPA: No mention of any downside for Australia; The ACMA, Internet providers cooperating to combat cybercrime; NextDC housing Worldox Cloud in Australia; CSE, Alcatel-Lucent team up on distribution; AT&T, Brocade come together on Network on Demand Platform; Tait locates Asia Pacific HQ in Sydney.

7th October 2015


Itu Releases New Regulatory Report; Nfv Market To Grow 500% In Four Years; Vodafone Boosts Small Business Plans; Bricks And Mortar Meets Online; Hockey Moves Closer To Online Taxes; Telstra?s 4gxtreme: New Prepaid, In-Car Wifi Connection.

20th July 2015


TPG to acquire iiNet for $1.4 billion ACCC rejects Telstra?s access charge plans NBN Co confirms DOCSIS 3.1 Vodafone adds carrier aggregation Telstra of Arabia Optus and Netflix versus Telstra and Presto Pacnet extends SDN and NFV into the optics Closer watch on European M&A activity

13th March 2015


Optus and Netflix versus Telstra and Presto; How many VoD services does Australia need?; Pacnet extends SDN and NFV into the optics; Cloud casts a shadow over IT in ANZ; Globalgig ships D-Link router with 4G SIM; PABX market slides as UC picks up

11th March 2015


Choice slams ?medieval? anti-piracy scheme; Megaport joins OpenDaylight; Telstra in ?digital insurance? deal with Allianz; Melbourne IT to buy Uber Global; Android and iOS crushing competition; Connected passengers not connecting; TVNZ launches enhanced video on demand

26th February 2015