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AI TO HELP TELCOS BE PROACTIVE: ACCENTURE

New research by Accenture shows that while 77 percent of chief executives in the telco sector understand that adopting intelligent technologies and artificial intelligence (AI)…

Mudgee’s Harbour first RSP to offer NBN Co’s new 50Mbps residential fibre plan

Mudgee-based telco Harbour ISP has launched a new NBN residential fibre plan, offering its customers a higher internet broadband performance at current pricing levels.

NBN Co teams with Melbourne Uni, UTS on new tech research

NBN Co – the company building Australia’s national broadband network – has announced key new collaborative agreements with the University of Melbourne and the University…

Two things to get right as telco becomes world’s most critical infrastructure: Telstra CEO Andrew Penn

Republished with kind permission by the author, Telstra CEO Andrew Penn. The article first appeared here. With the world about to see an explosion in…

Telco issues run deeper than NBN: Macquarie Telecom

In light of today’s TIO report, Macquarie Telecom believes the issues in the telco industry run much deeper than the NBN, and Group Executive Luke…

ACCAN calls for ‘urgent reforms’ as telco complaints soar 28.7% year-on-year

The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network is calling for urgent reforms as complaints to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman have risen by 28.7 percent in the…

NBN Co launches new ICT channel to improve connections process

NBN Co has unveiled a new information and communications technology channel, aimed at supplying technology consultants and vendors with key information and support to enable…

NBN learning curve continues for Amaysim: CTO Julian Dell

Since Australian telco provider Amaysim launched its National Broadband Network (NBN) product just under a year ago, it has been a learning curve for the…

NBN ramps up FTTC, relaunches HFC

NBN is ramping up its fibre-to-the-curb footprint, with an additional 440,000 properties previously earmarked to receive fibre-to-the-node or HFC to get the faster FTTC connections.

NetComm Wireless aims for US, Europe expansion on the back of NBN partnership

NetComm Wireless has set out its strategy to step up its foray into the US and European markets building on the firm’s’ track record as a key…

Challenger telcos demand NBN rethink, seat at decision-making table

A chorus of Aussie telcos outside the Big Four say “innovation is being stifled” by the current national broadband network’s pricing and regulatory environment, and have…

NetComm to support NBN’s ‘world first’ reverse powered DPU/NCD technology

NetComm Wireless has partnered with the company rolling out the Australian national broadband network, to supply the network access devices needed to connect homes and businesses to…

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