Stories by Trevor Clarke

Take a bow NBN Project

Regardless of the final outcome of the Federal Election and its impact on the National Broadband Network (NBN), the ICT industry can stand proud on a unique and arguably peerless collaborative effort.

One.Tel saga takes another twist

The One.Tel saga has taken another twist with News Ltd, James Packer, Lachlan Murdoch and Consolidated Media Holdings served with statement of claims documents by the special purpose liquidator of the failed junior telco.

APNIC 30 to push IPv6

One of the biggest global gatherings of the people that design and implement technologies that affect the internet will take place on the Gold Coast this week.

Opinion: The Filter is dead, but it'll be back

The Greens' success over the weekend in cementing their hold on the balance of power in the Senate has sounded the death knell for the government’s controversial ISP-level internet content filter.

Independents to decide government warm on NBN

The likelihood of a hung parliament after the weekend’s Federal Election has left the fate of the National Broadband Network (NBN) up in the air, but supporters may take heart at comments from independent members set to hold the balance of power.

Tens of deals in the pipeline for HP's POD data centre

On the back of securing a contract to supply its POD container data centre to the iVEC Informatics Facility at Murdoch University in WA as part of a bid for the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project, HP is reporting "tens" of deals in the pipeline.

ACCC takes VIPtel to Federal Court

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is taking mobile phone provider VIPtel Mobile to Federal Court for alleged misleading and unconscionable conduct.

CSG continues impressive run of results

ASX-listed IT services provider, CSG (ASX:CSV), has reported profit growth of 35 per cent year on year, pocketing $31.5 million in the 12 months to 30 June.