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NBN Tasmania announces fibre contract

NBN Tasmania announces fibre contract

NBN Tasmania awards fibre contract to Corning Cable Systems.
Staff Writers Oct 9 2009, 8:01AM Hardware
Telco execs join NBN Co

Telco execs join NBN Co

Ex-Optus mobile guru and channel veteran join NBN Co.
Brett Winterford Oct 6 2009, 2:59PM Services
Deloitte says British expats should work on NBN

Deloitte says British expats should work on NBN

Jobs available down under for 15,000 retrenched BT workers?
Brett Winterford Sep 17 2009, 3:05PM Training & Development
Quigley offers ISPs a rough sketch of NBN architecture

Quigley offers ISPs a rough sketch of NBN architecture

Seeks consultation as to where NBN Co and ISPs should intersect.
Brett Winterford Sep 16 2009, 11:35AM Collaboration
Telstra hit by national outage

Telstra hit by national outage

Cause still unknown.
Ben Grubb Sep 5 2009, 8:29AM Collaboration
TNBN board topped with energy and infrastructure execs

TNBN board topped with energy and infrastructure execs

Former Aurora Energy CEO on Tasmanian NBN board.
Staff Writers Aug 24 2009, 8:24AM Collaboration
Photos: Ericsson goes on tour with NBN-in-a-box

Photos: Ericsson goes on tour with NBN-in-a-box

Mini-NBN based on gigabit passive optical networking kit.
Brett Winterford Aug 10 2009, 10:18AM Mobility
Unwired urges telcos to share network maps

Unwired urges telcos to share network maps

Carriers accused of trivial games when asked to share data.
Ben Grubb Aug 6 2009, 3:15PM Collaboration
OECD: Broadband networks lead market recovery

OECD: Broadband networks lead market recovery

Australia's NBN plan dwarfs global efforts.
Brett Winterford Aug 1 2009, 8:31AM Mobility
Rudd announces Tasmania NBN links

Rudd announces Tasmania NBN links

Tasmanian towns of Smithton, Scottsdale and Midway Point to be connected by July 2010.
Staff Writers Jul 28 2009, 8:07AM Collaboration
Konica Minolta to move to new local HQ in September

Konica Minolta to move to new local HQ in September

Konica Minolta Australia will move to new premises in the Sydney suburb of North Ryde in September, which will include a large new showroom, a technical resources lab, and national administration offices.
Steve Crowe Jul 13 2009, 9:00AM Hardware
No quick profits on the cards for national ID scheme

No quick profits on the cards for national ID scheme

Vendors, systems integrators and channel partners considering bidding for what appeared to be lucrative government contracts should take heed of failed national identity card proposals even though attitudes among the young meant such a scheme could get off the ground today, a Sydney biometrics conference heard yesterday.
Nate Cochrane May 29 2009, 9:37AM Security
Poor service gives warranties a bad name, says NWS

Poor service gives warranties a bad name, says NWS

Warranty companies in Australia generally disappoint their reseller customers, which is a boon and a curse, said Don Card general manager of National Warranty Services.
Sholto Macpherson May 28 2009, 1:08PM Finance
Censorship opponents slam website hack

Censorship opponents slam website hack

Opponents of the Federal Government's filtering scheme have condemned last night's hacking of one of its websites as damaging to their fight against censorship.
Brett Winterford Mar 30 2009, 8:02AM Security
NBN final report in, but government is gagged

NBN final report in, but government is gagged

The Federal Government will get its first detailed look at the NBN proposals on the table after the 'expert panel' handed over its final report today.
Staff Writers Jan 23 2009, 7:22AM Collaboration
Educational Software company allegedly picks on pensioner

Educational Software company allegedly picks on pensioner

The Consumer Action Law Centre has taken legal action against A.I.M PTY LTD (now National Dealer Network PTY LTD) on behalf of a pensioner alleging high pressure in purchasing maths and English software.
Staff Writers Jan 5 2009, 3:35PM Software
Terria takes their NBN proposal on the road

Terria takes their NBN proposal on the road

Less than a week before the NBN bid deadline, Terria appears to be drumming up last-minute support for its proposal by taking the message to industry and community leaders in Tamworth in regional NSW.
Ry Crozier Nov 21 2008, 8:18AM Collaboration
NBN costs go down, not up

NBN costs go down, not up

Federal broadband minister Stephen Conroy has weighed in on suggestions of a cost blow-out for the National Broadband Network (NBN), suggesting the cost may in fact be lower than first thought.
Ry Crozier Oct 16 2008, 2:11PM Collaboration
Telstra slams Optus for cancelling Fusion wireless broadband

Telstra slams Optus for cancelling Fusion wireless broadband

Telstra slammed Optus as 'a disaster' after Australia’s number two carrier cancelled its popular Fusion wireless broadband service.
Kathryn Small Sep 18 2008, 5:56PM Collaboration
Digital Education Revolution revolts

Digital Education Revolution revolts

The Rudd Government’s $1.2 billion Digital Education Revolution could be nothing more than a futile grab at an intangible, unsustainable future, experts have warned.
Liz Tay Sep 2 2008, 7:49AM Collaboration

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