Two years of regulatory work with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) may have finally paid off for Macquarie Corporate Telecommunications, according to David Tudehope, chief executive of the company.
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Telstra's stake in the South East Asia, Middle East and Western Europe (SEA-ME-WE 3) cable system strengthened last week with the landing of the $2 billion international undersea cable on Perth's Floreat Beach.
Internet service provider (ISP), OzEmail is continuing to tighten its hold on the local ISP market despite moves by MCI WorldCom to takeover the company.
Following months of uncertainty, Telstra and Cable & Wireless Optus have re-negotiated interconnection arrangements between the two networks, the companies announced on Monday.
AAPT is planning to enlist service provider, HotStage Logistics (HSL) for future networks it has coming online, following a successful project with the LAN Systems business unit earlier this year.
Despite successes with its local operation, local users yesterday fuelled industry speculation Cabletron is facing an imminent takeover, following expectations its US operation will yield another quarter of disappointing financial results.
Nomad Telecommunications is warming to its two month-old outsourcing contract with Hamilton Island Enterprises. The service provider has taken control of the island's entire telecommunications needs.
A renewed telecommunications philosophy is the key to success for Victorian carrier, Davnet, a company executive claimed.
Call centre development and deployment in Australia is on a par with US and Canadian counterparts, said a spokesperson from the Australian Telemarketing and Call Centre Association (ATA).
Olicom Australia and New Zealand is ramping up its operations in an attempt to overcome wrong perceptions and grow company revenues by 150 percent.
The Gold Coast's Royal Pines Resort is upgrading its year-old Citrix WinFrame thin client/server solution with the addition of Microsoft's Windows Terminal Server Edition (WTS).
Brisbane law firm Carter Newell is reaping the benefits of new Internet and remote access capabilities following a recent move and IT upgrade
3Com is well on the way to achieving its target of 30 per cent market share in the local modem market, Australian managing director, Gerhard Rumpff said last week.
Despite local uncertainity about the market for data over cable services, 3Com this week announced availability of a cable access system for Internet access.
German network security specialist Biodata Systems is expanding its worldwide force and setting up shop in Sydney.