NBN Co’s results show a doubling of premises connected, higher ARPU, 3x revenue, higher capex costs, but larger EBIT and EBITDA losses. While the vast majority of Australia’s population is still unable to get an NBN connection, NBN Co is nevertheless making progress in getting more homes passed and more homes connected.
Free Wi-Fi could be coming to a Westfield shopping centre near you. Optus has scored the job of deploying free customer Wi-Fi at 21 major Westfield shopping centres around the country, with more to follow.
Optus has also begun selling an iPhone 6 adaptor for the Thuraya SatSleeve smartphone-to-satphone accessory. The idea is that the phone is used normally until it is taken outside mobile coverage areas, and then the sleeve and its supporting app are used for voice, SMS and data connectivity via satellite.
Accounting software company MYOB has stuck to its guns and maintained its market lead and growth strategies to post a 16% increase in revenues for last year despite increasing competition from a number of new and existing market players.
Epson has released a new Replaceable Ink Pack System which it says can deliver up to 75,000 printed pages in both black and colour before the ink needs to be replaced.
Listed crowd-sourced media company Newzulu has sealed a partnership with Flipps Media which it says allows it to stream videos to millions of TVs worldwide.
In a new video, Cisco Australia and New Zealand CTO, Kevin Bloch, gives a must-see presentation on 2015 technology trends, with a Q&A session from journalists at the end.
Data centre provider NEXTDC has recorded strong sales growth for the half year to the end of December last year, with data centre revenues up 134%.
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