A veteran independent telecommunications commentator claims that government policy, not the NBN Co or retail service providers, is to blame for the fiasco that the national broadband network rollout has become.
Networking veterans have cast doubts on assertions made today that the speed woes experienced by customers on the national broadband network could be eradicated if telecommunications companies paid $9.75 per month for each connection.
Pivotel Satellite has won the 2017 ACOMM Communications Alliance’s Satellite Provider of the Year Award, for its pivotal, industry-first “Big Bundle” satphone plan initiative. The world-first solution increases the accessibility of satcomms tech in regional and remote Australia.
What's with this 50MBPS and 100MBPS BS? Airport lounge WiFi in San Francisco: 135MBPS. In Dubai 230MBPS.
Government claims product is "Secure", at the same time argues they can be trusted to have backdoors in products.They can[…]
Good job Sam.It is very simple. The initial plan was good - 1gbps to your home. But onion eating Prime[…]
Thanks Sam for telling it how it is.A bit like how our economy and the state of the Nation has[…]
Thanks Sam for debunking these alternative facts