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NBN would be compelled to share more information about the rollout of the National Broadband Network with retail service providers (RSPs) under a recommendation from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
A terse government response to a report from the Senate's NBN committee contains no surprises.
NBN has signed new National Broadband Network construction contracts. The company formerly known as NBN Co says that the new contracting model will deliver better results for the network rollout.
The National Broadband Network is now available to more than a million premises, the government announced today.
NBN has delivered "another quarter of solid progress," the company's chief financial officer, Stephen Rue, said today.
Business owners rather than IT are often the stewards of data so having a big data security plan in place is critical, according to NBN security risk and assurance general manager Graham Thomson.
NBN has failed in court action brought last year against TPG subsidiary Pipe Networks.
Australia’s ranking of 40th in the world for broadband speeds “doesn’t seem right” given the country’s prosperity and needs to change, says NBN Co’s executive general manager of government relations, Jim Carden.
NBN Co is preparing to begin a pilot of 50 megabits per second download speeds on its fixed wireless service, the company announced this morning.
NBN Co and Telstra were this morning due to appear before the NSW Court of Appeal but are instead engaging in out of court negotiations over a dispute worth up to $200 million.
NBN Co has added 555,000 premises in Queensland, South Australia, NSW and Western Australia to its National Broadband Network construction plan.
NBN Co has formally launched its fibre to the basement (FTTB) product, the company announced early this morning.
Coalition senators who are members of the Select Committee on the National Broadband Network have called for the committee to be scrapped.
As the NBN rollout continues around Australia, scammers are taking advantage of the situation by contacting consumers and claiming that they need bank account details in order to get services over the NBN.
NBN Co has confirmed it will roll out the DOCSIS 3.1 standard for the Hybrid Fibre Coaxial (HFC) cable broadband networks it is acquiring from Telstra and Optus.
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