Got Optus cable? It will end up being your NBN connection.
The NBN might be delivering a sub-optimal wired service now the Government has directed it to use copper rather than fibre, but it says its wireless service will be first rate.
Who’d a thought it? Malcolm Turnbull has announced how pleased he is that the NBN has exceeded its targets. Easy, if you know how.
The company rolling out Australia’s National Broadband Network had released its quarterly results, which show steady ‘linear’ growth.
NBN Co’s results show a doubling of premises connected, higher ARPU, 3x revenue, higher capex costs, but larger EBIT and EBITDA losses.
Telstra loves to launch the fastest first, so I wonder if Telstra’s new CEO, Andrew Penn, is interested in 35x LTE spectral efficiency from Artemis Networks?
With the NBN Co having revised its figures from 2.7 million homes by June 2016 before the 2013 election to just 1.9 million homes now the Coalition is in power, has the NBN become as big a shemozzle under the LNP as it was under Labor?
OPINION. It is almost impossible to believe. Telstra, the former government monopoly that has squeezed billions out of the NBN, with many more billions to come, is now complaining that it will have to raise prices – because of competition from the NBN.
NBN Co has gone into a flurry of self-congratulatory hype in announcing the first user of its fibre to the node (FTTN) technology.
Rollout data from Telstra shows that NBN Co will start installing fibre to selected inner city apartment buildings by the end of September.
It has been revealed that NBN Co’s new CEO Bill Morrow is being paid around $3 million a year. The NBN is exceeding its targets – but they are artificially low.
NBN Co today released a 'good news' statement for a change, saying it had exceeded nearly every major forecast set by the company’s Board of Directors for the first time.
NBN Co announced two big additions to its excutive team today, appointing a former News Corporation CFO to the board alongside a new CTO.
Australia's mixed technology National Broadband Network is rolling out further to the bush, but at a price – The Government will give NBN Co an extra $1.4 billion.
NBN Co has appointed Karina Keisler as head of corporate affairs. She is the second senior management figure to follow Bill Morrow from Vodafone Australia.
NBN Co’s two planned satellites are one aspect of Labor’s NBN that appear untouchable under the new strategic direction. Indeed, there may even be a third.
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow has already made some sweeping changes to the government-run company but his work has only just begun, after the company reported a $1.117 billion loss with revenue of just $69.8 million for the nine months ended 31 March.
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