NBN Co ditches 100/40Mbps wireless plans

National Broadband Network provider NBN Co has killed off plans to offer a 100/40Mbps fixed-wireless service, with NBN Co chief Bill Morrow confirming the decision in a Senate Estimates committee hearing.

Move for Senate inquiry into telco services after Telstra outage

Telstra's operations and those of other telcos as well will come under scrutiny if a move by a Centre Alliance senator for an inquiry into telecommunications security and stability gets up.

Basslink power interconnector repair delayed into June

Basslink, the operator of the Basslink Interconnector, the undersea data and telecommunications cable that connects Tasmania to the Australian mainland, says the power interconnector will take longer than expected to be repaired, and expects it to be ready for service only in early June. No exact date was provided.

OVH network upgrades part of Asia Pacific expansion

Global cloud infrastructure as a service provider OVH has announced a network upgrade and new offers as part of its extensive expansion plans in the Asia Pacific region.

VIDEO: HTC's new U12+ is an edgy, no pushover phone you can push around

With impressive flagship specs and very cool features other phones don't offer, HTC has doubled down on its genuinely useful edge-case UI that is really quite touching as never before.

Broadband Forum webinars ask what fixed networks have to do with 5G rollouts

5G: What's fixed got to do with it? That's the name of the Broadband Forum's 24 May and 11 June webinars which explores the latest developments in ongoing work to the 5G revolution.

Tech Data launches cloud marketplace in Australia market

US-based ICT services company Tech Data has launched its StreamOne Cloud Marketplace in Australia, following a successful launch in India last month.

The GDPR will come into force in the EU from 25 May.

Microsoft will extend the same rights that are at the heart of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation to all its users worldwide, the company has announced.

Square's new wares: boosting Aussie business with its new HQ and engineering hub

Payments company Square has announced it is "expanding operations in Australia (and) opening a new, larger headquarters to support the growing team in Melbourne, which will include the company’s first engineering hub outside North America".

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