Small ISP MyRepublic has been dogged by speed issues from 6.30am AEST on Saturday, due to what it says are problems with its upstream carrier. The issues appear to have been fixed as of 7.45pm AEST.
Data centre operator Metronode is investing more than $150 million this year in new infrastructure with the latest projects now under construction including three new data centres in Sydney, Melbourne and Wollongong.
Singapore-based ISP MyRepublic will supply 1Gbps connections to 100 of its subscribers of Wollongong who are within a 10km radius of the winner of the company's competition which asked people why fast Internet is important to them.
myrepublic, been with them when they first started.
Whos your provider at that price? It's difficult to find 100/20 under $89 let alone true 100/40
Nice coverage, thx Sam!"There seems to be a double standard here" understatement of the year by Mr Xenophon :)Yet more[…]
Yes for those where ping/jitter is sensitive to them, like gamers and those who use a lot of video conferencing[…]
The Telstra shop is telling fibs. Just like everything Optus is first at, Telstra is set to follow them but[…]