No need for dark fibre, NBN aggregation providers to report to ACCC Competition in the market for NBN aggregation services is developing as the rollout of Australia's broadband network continues and there is, therefore, no need to ask dark fibre and wholesale aggregation service providers to provide pricing and supply data, the ACCC says.
17th May 2019
No info-sharing if you use Huawei, US tells UK The United States says it sees no distinction between the core of a 5G network and its radio access network, and will reconsider sharing information with any ally that uses equipment made by Chinese vendor Huawei Technologies in its next-generation telecommunications network.
1st May 2019
This paper presents a critical review of recommendations contained within the recent paper: Gul, Sarkar & Gutierrez, 2016 in relation to changes to existing telecommunications legislation and regulations in New Zealand.
In this paper a review of existing telecommunications legislation and regulations in New Zealand (NZ) is conducted. The paper highlights the existing legislation in the country and discusses the organizations responsible for regulating the underlying laws. Recommendations for changes to the existing legislation and regulations in NZ are provided which are based on the current and on-going demand for telecommunication services.
Telstra takes strategic investment in Boomtown to service SMB market Telstra has invested in US-based software support and technical services company Boomtown with plans to utilise the company?s technology and services for its own customers in Australia. Adyen deploys to Equinix Melbourne, Sydney data centres Global payments technology company, Adyen, has deployed its infrastructure in Equinix data centres in both Sydney and Melbourne.
15th November 2016