TPG strikes back at the national broadband network (NBN) tax, with calls for it to be met by government or shared with over-the-top service providers, (OTT) such as Netflix or Stan.
Australian data growth is accelerating rapidly, with data volumes through fixed broadband services predicted to grow ‘exponentially’ as we Aussies consume more and more subscription video on demand, music streaming and e‐commerce services.
NBN the company has joined the executive council of the Communications Alliance Internet of Things (IoT) Think Tank as the group readies itself for a key decision-setting workshop looking at strategies for the development of the IoT in Australia.
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