The internet provider has said it will upgrade its network to maximise upload speeds, and introduce a new traffic management system at peak times to throttle peer-to-peer and Usenet activity
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The European Commission has unveiled its long-awaited broadband package, which aims to standardise the regulation of fibre deployment and spectrum management across the EU
The operator is to hand over the management of its broadband network to BT Wholesale in an attempt to improve performance and stem customer losses
The telecoms and IT giant saw third-quarter profits rise 39 percent, despite a fall in revenue after starting a round of 15,000 job cuts
Telstra revealed today that it had held discussions with Google's Australian management about the search giant's plans, announced overnight, to provide half a million US residents with fibre broadband in a US trial.
The search giant is to build an experimental high-speed fibre network in the US, to encourage new applications and network management techniques
Hitachi Data Systems launches two new NAS devices built on BlueArc hardware, offering a maximum capacity of up to two petabytes
How do you manage something that's constantly growing fast, with no end in sight? That's the question many Australian IT managers are currently asking themselves, as they size up their storage and data management strategy going into 2009. Unfortunately, there's no easy answer.
The CMA has warned the UK could suffer unless broadband speeds are increased, while a European body claims fibre deployment leads to more web usage
The Communications Management Association's David Harrington argues there's a case for using government funds to roll out fibre to the home across the UK
Telstra has published a response to the G9 consortium's fibre-to-the-node proposal, calling it an expensive and dangerous proposal that "imposes a tortured, dysfunctional ownership and management structure"
Ofcom and the Department for Trade and Industry argue against net neutrality legislation as the debate reaches Westminster
One of the eternal problems of systems management is that there's so much of it. Storage virtualisation aims to fix this
The IPO of New Focus, an optical networking company, is expected to be so well-received that Renaissance Capital made it the "IPO pick of the week" - a week early