Mark Gregory

NBN Co rides into the unknown

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NBN Co has been given the guidance to get on with it but there's no guarantee that consumers are going to get better broadband anytime soon.

Turnbull's game of NBN audits is almost over

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The future of the NBN is reaching a critical juncture and while the Coalition will throw around 'facts and figures' that support its case, is the Australian public prepared for the inevitable?

What does the telco industry really think of the NBN?

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The Australian telecommunications industry’s future is under the microscope and the sector’s response has so far been found wanting.

NBN: Turnbull’s time is up

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The NBN house of cards is on shaky grounds and the communications minister is missing in action.

Can Telstra save the NBN?

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Here's how the Coalition government and Telstra can put their heads together and engineer an outcome that makes everyone very happy.

Turnbull's NBN audit must rise above politics

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Beyond yet more Labor muck-racking, the latest NBN inquiry must investigate why successive governments have left our telecom sector in such a mess.

Turnbull's birthday cake moment

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The communications minister insists that the approach taken to identify areas with poor access in the MyBroadband website is valid. But access doesn't mean quality.

MyBroadband gets an 'F' for fail

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The MyBroadband website promises a snapshot of the true state of broadband in Australia but reads more like a love note to HFC technology.

A Senate headache for Turnbull's NBN

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The ongoing NBN debate is missing a clear statement of what the next generation network should be and when it should be provided.

The future of the NBN: Are you a true believer?

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While the debate rages public attitudes on the NBN fall within some broad categories. Where do you fit in?

NBN boss faces an uphill battle

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NBN Co’s new CEO Bill Morrow doesn't mind a challenge but Vodafail is nothing compared to the NBN mess he needs to clean up.

NBN delivery far from certain

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iiNet is right to not sign the new wholesale broadband agreement while the construction mess continues.

NBN cherrypicking is bad news for all

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The NBN is potentially shaping up as a major election issue at the upcoming state elections. How will voters react when the Coalition's multi-technology competitive 'cherrypicking' approach fails to deliver?

Turnbull's NBN house of cards

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The NBN strategic review raises more questions than answers. As it stands, the Coalition’s plan can collapse if any one of a multitude of assumptions proves false.

The NBN wrecking crew

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The audacity of the NBN project always made it a hard endeavour but the current mess is a sad indictment of our political process.

NBN 2.0: Telstra’s poisoned chalice

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Telstra CEO David Thodey will soon face a management decision that might seem like a golden opportunity but could in the long run hurt the telco's aspirations.

Switkowski toes the Coalition's NBN line

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NBN Co chairman’s responses to questions at his first grilling by the Senate Estimates Committee are not surprising for all the wrong reasons.

Crunch time for NBN Co

38 comments
The NBN Co strategic review is crucial to our broadband future but it's more than likely that the final outcome has been predetermined. A UK BT style FTTN network rollout will be major misstep.

The Coalition needs to act on data breach laws

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The Coalition now has a narrow window to introduce laws that will force companies to report data breaches. Though, courage will be needed to implement these necessary reforms, as they are not in the immediate interest of the business community.

Questioning Turnbull's 'open and independent' NBN reviews

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Are the Coalition's “open and independent” NBN reviews are anything other than a front for a change management process? It’s time to simply call it out for what it is: justification for the government’s NBN plan.

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