Telstra will design and plan the NBN rollout for fibre to the premises, fibre to the basement, and fibre to the node over the next four years in a deal worth up to AU$390 million.
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As Telstra begins planning and design work for a fibre to the node trial in New South Wales and Queensland, the Victorian trial remains stalled.
Telstra and NBN Co have signed an AU$150 million deal to rent copper, design and build a fibre to the node rollout to 206,000 premises in New South Wales and Queensland.
New NBN Co board member Simon Hackett has said that while he prefers fibre to the premises as a network design for the NBN, the focus should be on getting high-speed broadband out to everyone in Australia.
The chipmaker has unveiled its open-source Open FCoE software package, which aims to trim cabling and power in the datacentre, with major industry support
NBN Co has called for responses from industry on its proposed design for fibre, wireless and satellite implementations for the National Broadband Network (NBN) across Australia.
The company will design, build and run the fibre-based network for Manchester's MediaCityUK business complex, whose tenants will include the BBC
A new storage architecture lets V-Max arrays be linked together in a physical and virtual matrix to provide a pool of up to three petabytes of data storage
The VAIO VGN-SZ4XWN/C commands a premium price, but despite Windows Vista, dual graphics subsystems, integrated HSDPA, a fingerprint scanner and a 120GB hard drive, it lacks one or two finishing touches that would make it a must-have purchase for business users with the budget to match.
The storage giant has launched a new mid-range architecture and a new series of arrays aimed at SMEs, but small businesses will have to wait for iSCSI
iSCSI, virtualisation and business continuity are key to EMC's future, as Ken Steinhardt well knows
SANs are designed to be reliable, scalable and flexible, find out here about SANs, NAS, Bluefin, Fibre Channel and much more
Dell Computer announced an expansion card Monday that improves some of its PowerVault 750N and 755N storage systems, giving those that attach to servers by ordinary Ethernet networks the ability to connect with high-speed Fibre Channel networks. The latter technology makes a storage system appear to a server to be connected just like an internal hard drive. The new product--the result of Dell's partnership with storage giant EMC--is designed to smooth over differences between Ethernet-based network-attached storage (NAS) and Fibre Channel-based storage area networks (SANs). The card costs just under $2,500, said Matthew Brisse, product manager for the Dell-EMC product lines. --Stephen Shankland
Low end, high end and fibre channel. Hewlett-Packard on Tuesday filled in some gaps to back up its claim to offer a full storage range
Hewlett-Packard's storage virtualisation product makes it clear that the virtualisation concept, of combining all storage devices into a single virtual storage unit, is still some way from reality.
StorageNetworks is sitting on one whopper of an initial public offering