Marcus Moufarrige, COO at Servcorp, believes the National Broadband Network (NBN) is in a “shambles” and says there is doubt about whether it will be delivered under a Labor government.
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A new Deloitte Access Economics report prepared for the federal government estimates households will be worth $3800 more in 2020 through improved productivity from the National Broadband Network (NBN).
iiNet has completed the $60 million acquisition of Adam Internet.
Telstra has acquired ehealth software company Database Consultants Australia in the telco’s first standalone health acquisition.
Australia has finally beaten Mongolia in download internet speeds, according to the Net Index by Speedtest.net.
M2 Telecommunications revenue has jumped 73 per cent to $681 million, while net profit rose 33 per cent to $44.1 million for the full year ending 30 June, 2013.
Lend Lease has recorded a $17.8 million loss due to the embattled Syntheo joint venture between Lend Lease and Service Stream.
Kogan Mobile and new mobile player Yatango have signed a deal to allow former Kogan Mobile customers a free 30-day trial on Yatango.
Kogan Mobile's recent troubles herald the beginning of a wave of consolidation in the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) market, according to Amaysim's CEO.
Telstra is facing a patent infringement lawsuit from British company Upaid. Upaid, which holds patents for "certain foundational technologies underlying the majority of modern mobile commerce systems’ implementations" according to the company, has issued proceedings in the Australian Federal Court for alleged infringements of two patents.
Delays in the migration of the Tasmanian government to VoIP services mean that MyNetFone is yet to see the revenue the service provider expected from the contract, which was signed mid-last year.
The federal government has committed $8.9 million to a new innovation centre at the James Cook University campus in Townsville.
iiNet now has 20,000 customers on the National Broadband Network (NBN), with 60 per cent on fibre, 35 per cent on satellite and 5 per cent on wireless.
iiNet has launched a new ISP brand – Jiva – offering only a single bundled broadband and landline plan in an attempt to woo customers with its simplicity.
Fujitsu has signed an agreement with Trident Subsea Cable System to help build a new $400 million fibre optic network that will connect Perth, the Pilbara and South East Asia.