Author's Opinion

The views in this column are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of iTWire.

Have your say and comment below.


Is it a coincidence that Telstra announced that it has switched on its first LTE base stations in the same week that mobile data shaping…
Last week there were two separate and seemingly unconnected but in fact very enmeshed events in the publishing world. Both indicated the continuing downward death…
The first mainland NBN site gets switched on, the headlines scream. In the sleepy NSW town of Armidale, heartland of former National Party turned ALP…
Over the past month, it seems as if the National Broadband Network and NBN Co, the company charged with making it happen, have been hit…
Apple's latest digital masterpiece the iPad 2 went on sale in Australia on 26 March 2011. Here it is 4 May and you still can't…
Friday, 08 April 2011 17:25

How to rein in NBN costs

By
The already highly politicised National Broadband Network has become an even hotter political potato since it has become apparent that the Government cannot deliver on…
The remarkable cancellation of the National Broadband Network building tender, followed by the dramatic resignation of the head of network construction at NBN Co, Patrick…
Friday, 01 April 2011 16:43

NBN: price gouging or price dreaming?

By
Those of us old enough still remember the controversy over the building of the Sydney Opera House, which ended up costing eight times the original…
As Google boss Eric Schmidt knows, whenever he goes on the record about something as politically sensitive as Australia's $36 billion publicly funded National Broadband…
A poll purporting to show that 4G wireless broadband will not threaten the business case of the FttH National Broadband Network (NBN) appears to show…

VENDOR NEWS & EVENTS

REVIEWS

Recent Comments