NBN’s chief executive, Bill Morrow, says the company is not currently contemplating expanding the number of premises connected using fibre to the curb (FTTC).
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NBN no longer plans to offer a 100 megabits per second (Mbps) fixed wireless service.
The Victorian government will overhaul the state’s network of speed and red-light cameras in response to an investigation into a 2017 outbreak of WannaCry ransomware.
Optus has confirmed that it will phase out the Virgin Mobile brand over the next two years, consolidating sales and marketing under the Optus brand
Vodafone has indicated that it doesn’t expect any impact from a Federal Court ruling that a Telstra advertising campaign had the potential to mislead consumers.
Andrew Stevens, the former managing director of IBM Australia, has been appointed interim chair of the Data Standards Body for the Consumer Data Right.
A Federal Court judge has found that Telstra ads that use the term “unlimited” “falsely convey the representation that Telstra offers a mobile product or service that is unlimited”.
Optus has been ordered to pay $1.5 million over misleading 14,649 of its customers with hybrid fibre-coaxial (HFC) services about migration to the National Broadband Network.
The New South Wales government has backed an initiative that transport and infrastructure minister Andrew Constance said could help put the state “on the map globally as the capital for transport tech”.
Telstra has identified a “software fault” as the cause of a significant disruption to the telco’s 4G voice and services.
Chipmakers Intel and AMD have confirmed the existence of a new category of the Spectre vulnerability, which exploits the speculative execution features of modern CPUs.
NBN expects to launch its Business Satellite Service in the first half of 2019.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s annual Scamwatch report reveals that Australians lost at least $22.1 million in 2017 through business email compromise (BEC).
Vodafone has launched support for Massive MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) over 1800MHz FDD spectrum at a cell site in Paramatta.
A discussion paper issued by the Communications Alliance’s Satellite Services Working Group (SSWG) has called for a debate on sharing spectrum between satellite and mobile services.