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Telecommunications in pictures

  • Gallery: Telstra Labs

    Gallery: Telstra Labs

    Telstra’s new CTO, Hakan Eriksson, yesterday took journalists on a tour of Telstra Labs

  • In Pictures: Inside Telstra's new hi-tech Customer Insights Centre

    In Pictures: Inside Telstra's new hi-tech Customer Insights Centre

    Telstra has opened its Customer Insights Centre (CIC) in Sydney, giving enterprise and business customers access to a world class technology precinct, purpose-built to foster innovation and partnerships. Spanning 3600sqm over the entire second level of Telstra’s 400 George Street office in Sydney’s CBD, it houses a 300-person auditorium, workshop and collaboration spaces, partner pop-up installations, a restaurant, and many hands-on technology demonstration areas featuring state of the art business solutions.

News about Telecommunications
  • NBN Co walks back wireless pricing proposal

    NBN Co’s CEO Bill Morrow said today that the company would dump a proposed pricing construct that could have seen the wholesale pricing of some fixed wireless NBN services pegged at $20 above an equivalent fixed line service.

  • NBN Co almost doubles revenue in a year

    In Bill Morrow’s last full year results briefing before he leaves the role, the NBN Co chief executive today revealed that the company’s revenue for the 12 months ended 30 June had hit $1.99 billion — a 98 per cent increase on the prior year.

  • Increased competition, NBN rollout hit Telstra profits

    Telstra has continued to build its mobile and fixed broadband customer base but the company’s full-year results reveal the impact on the telco of the continuing migration to the National Broadband Network and a competition-driven decrease in average revenue per user (ARPU).

Features about Telecommunications
  • Telecom planning in a time of turmoil

    It's gotten pretty hard to miss the financial news lately: September was the worst month for stocks in years, and October looks to surpass it. Despite the US government's massive US$800-billion bailout, the US economy is still roiling, and Europe's is doing even worse.

Whitepapers about Telecommunications