Telecommunication

BT boss vows to beat Telstra in Asia

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British Telecom chief Gavin Patterson says he's not fazed by Telstra's growing presence in the region.

Optus Business, xMatters ink strategic partnership

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Firms to offer cloud communications layer to help deal with service disruptions and technical issues.

Is an NBN compromise still possible?

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The telecommunications industry needs to push for a rollout approach that satisfies both sides of the NBN debate. There's still time.

Pacnet breach leaves Telstra customers exposed

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Telco's Asian-based data centre and undersea cable operator hacked by unknown sources.

All iiNet eyes on Optus

There's speculation M2 could sweeten its iiNet offer amid rumours Optus may be circling.

iiNet to rescue Dallas Buyers Club downloaders

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Broadband provider to offer pro-bono legal services for its customers who are facing fines for illegally downloading the movie.

Federal government names first certified cloud provider

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Macquarie Telecom becomes first telco to make the grade for providing cloud services to the government.

Turnbull's NBN adviser quits

by AAP
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Policy adviser Stephen Ellis has resigned after being charged with public indecency.

Turnbull staffer charged over indecent act

by AAP
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Communications minister's adviser Stephen John Ellis charged with committing an act of indecency, indecent exposure, also faces two drug charges.

Metadata net will only get wider

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Hundreds of Australia's smaller telcos will struggle to meet the requirements under the government's data retention legislation, the Communications Alliance has warned.

Optus spends big to tackle Telstra

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Telco warns of a short- term hit to its profitability after parent, Singtel, approves a $1.7 billion injection of capital expenditure.

How Netflix mania helps NBN

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The media streaming boom provides NBN with an opportunity to reduce CVC charges while continuing to increase revenue. But it needs a rethink on its product pricing.

Macquarie buys Crown Castle Australia

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Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets pays $2bn to win competitive auction.

How to digitally disappear

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The metadata attached to your phone calls and online activity is making you vulnerable. Here’s how to leave less of a trail.

Optus produces flat full year profit

by AAP
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SingTel-owned telco Optus has reported a flat annual profit of $841 despite adding more mobile customers.

Telcos left holding the bag on data retention

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The Abbott government’s $450 million spend on the national security front once again sees the telecommunications industry play second fiddle to the intelligence agencies.

NBN equity brought forward

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Latest budget brings forward $2.6 billion in equity payments for NBN Co to 2015-16 from 2016-17 and 2017-18 to 2016-17

Crown Castle deadline nears

It’s crunch time for bidders for Crown Castle’s $1.5bn portfolio of telecommunications towers.

Local calls to remain unchanged: Turnbull

by AAP
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Abbott government rules out any changes to the standard 22 cent local telephone call.

The David vs. Goliath metadata battle

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While telcos are justifiably worried about the costs and complexities associated with giving the public access to their metadata, the conversation needs to focus on trust.

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