Stories by Cameron Roberts

NEC Australia wins SingTel contract

NEC Australia has won an $18 million contract to supply Optus parent company Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) with DSL broadband infrastructure and services.

Optus data centres relocated

Telecommunications giant Optus claims that reports suggesting the death of its data centres are greatly exagerrated. Its data centres haven't closed, they have just been relocated to exchange sites, the telco said.

Online bankers targeted by shysters

The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) are warning Internet banking customers about the rise of fraud occurring via SPAM emails and fake Web sites.

Alstom logs in to new vendor partner

Distributor, ALSTOM Australia, has formed an alliance with security developer, Protocom, to deliver single sign-on and password management solutions.

ACA asked to safeguard Internet dumping

The Commonwealth Government has told the Australian Communications Authority (ACA) to implement safeguards for consumers against unexpected high telephone bills and Internet dumping.

Melbourne IT bleeds $5 million

ASX listed domain name reseller, Melbourne IT, has recorded an after tax loss of $5 million following a failed investment in .biz domain registrar NeuLevel.

Competition watchdog slams Telstra

Telstra CEO, Dr. Ziggy Switkowski, has described the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) Chairman, Professor Allan Fels, as being ‘out of touch’ with today’s telecommunications market.

Feds launch new research centre

The Commonwealth Government has opened a new research commercialisation and education training centre in Sydney, to be run by the recently established industry group, National Information and Communications Technology Australia (NICTA).