NBN Buzz

Keeping the lid on NBN discontent

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No news is good news, as far as Malcolm Turnbull is concerned, but how long can he keep the inherent weaknesses of the Coalition’s multi-technology mix NBN out of the limelight?

Telstra subsidiary Belong offers 'future-proofed' modem

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Low-cost ISP offers NBN-compatible modem for $1 until the end of May.

NBN Co's competition gamble

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NBN Co has suffered another reverse against TPG Telecom and one can only hope that the company building the NBN doesn't take a leaf out of Telstra's book in keeping competitors at bay.

TPG wins court fight with NBN

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TPG beats NBN in Supreme Court over allegations of misleading and deceptive conduct.

iiNet battle gets interesting

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TPG Telecom's push to snare iiNet has hit a snag but does Melbourne-based M2 Group have the wherewithal to fend off a response from TPG or Optus?

'Slow' NBN rollout costing thousands of jobs - report

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New report says lack of NBN has cost businesses millions in economic growth, as the Victorian government slams the rollout as "too slow."

NBN Co revamps brand name

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$700,000 spent on planned charm offensive, with BWM Dentsu hired as lead creative agency.

Telstra 4GX service ready for action in 12 months

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Telco begins testing its spruced up 4G network which is capable of delivering download speeds of up to 600 megabits per second.

ACCC has lost the plot on access pricing: Telstra

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Telco slams a recent string of regulatory rulings by the competition watchdog, describing its continued control of wholesale access pricing as “baffling” and “strange”.

NBN Co aims to double wireless speeds

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Latest pilot program designed to deliver increased wholesale download speeds of between 25-50Mbps to users on current highest speed tier.

Telstra says more FTTN trials required

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Telco tells public NBN senate hearing it's handing over all available data on the state of its copper and current FTTN trials don't reflect real world outcome.

Google's fibre play a flop?

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While Google's fibre rollout in Kansas City has been a success, the internet giant hasn't quite been able to achieve its main objectives.

Nokia to buy Alcatel-Lucent in $21.8bn deal

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New company to be world's largest supplier of equipment that powers mobile phones.

NBN Design Rules go MIA

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Transparency may be the new motto at NBN Co but the company has slowly but steadily reduced the technical information available to the public about how the network is to be built.

Nokia in talks to buy Alcatel-Lucent

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Key NBN supplier mulls merger with Finland's Nokia.

Telstra, NBN Co in secret agreement

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Telco, govt-owned enterprise reach deal to wrap up $200m court battle: report.

Why the NBN can do without fibre-to-the-node

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NBN Co boss Bill Morrow has an opportunity right now to prevent one of the greatest technology disasters in Australian history by moving beyond the obsolete FTTN technology to an option that provides cheaper G.Fast and self-install fibre-to-the-premises.

Failing the Netflix stress test

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ISP iiNet's Netflix-related woes are just the latest example of why our telecom infrastructure isn't up to scratch. The NBN is meant to fix that problem but don't bet on it.

Vocus pushes through with mega-fibre install

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Telco to install world's largest fibre optic cable, with a fibre count of 1,728, twelve times the fibre count of typical network cables with a similar diameter.

Optus takes to the skies with Laser Light

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Telco signs deal with UK start-up to significantly bolster satellite offerings.

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