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Telstra has announced yet another initiative that it claims will enable it to really understand what its customer want: it's going to build up a…
Failure of the telecoms reform bill to get through Parliament has given Telstra a window of opportunity to wring from the Government more favourable terms…
Friday, 27 November 2009 04:02

Australian Internet industry's debt to AARNet

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AARNet, the Australian Academic Research Network has published a history entitled "AARNet – 20 years of the Internet in Australia" That's a bit of misnomer;…
For at least 18 months Cisco has been talking about a global UC market worth $US27 billion, and Frost & Sullivan has just estimated the…
NSW minister of education Verity Firth announced on Friday 20 November an agreement with Telstra that she promised would "revolutionise the delivery of digital education…
Tuesday, 10 November 2009 07:04

IMS - Telstra's secret weapon!

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IMS - the three letter acronym for the IP Multimedia Subsystem is a term seldom heard and little understood outside technical telecommunications circles, but it's…
Telstra's erstwhile mouthpiece, Phil Burgess, has been at it again, peddling his views on the Australian Government, the ACCC and Australian telecommunications in general to…
A New Zealand study has found that the productivity benefits businesses gain by moving to higher speed broadband are minimal compared to the gains by…
Friday, 23 October 2009 11:36

Bartlett making the most of Tassie's NBN

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Tasmanian Greens leader, Nick McKim, is, according to ABC News "predicting a drip-feed of announcements over the Tasmanian roll-out of the National Broadband Network, to…
Sunday, 18 October 2009 08:27

TV broadcasters should favour, not fear the NBN

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Free to air broadcasters are concerned that delivery of video over the Internet via the NBN threatens their industry, but, according to Alcatel-Lucent, the NBN…

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