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January 12, 2009 By cFos Software

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cFos Broadband Connect PPPoE dial-up driver for windows high-speed, 10x faster than the windows driver low CPU usage PPPoE auto-detect,...

June 19, 2011 by

Foxtel comes to the T-Box on 27 June

Telstra's T-Box IPTV set-top box will receive a fresh injection of content next week, with the telco revealing today that significant amounts of content from its Foxtel pay TV joint venture will be available on the T-Box from 27 June.

January 11, 2011 by

2011: the year we cross the t's

If 2010 was the year of the battle for the NBN, 2012 will be the year in which the government's telecoms policy reviews drive the agenda. And 2011? With the NBN now in its put-up-or-shut-up phase, expect rapid action at NBN Co this year — and pressure on wireless providers and internet service providers to figure out exactly where they're headed.

October 4, 2010 by

Telstra singing right tune, in wrong key

David Thodey may have some good ideas about where Telstra needs to go, but his direction requires hard change — and more sacrifice than many shareholders seem willing to afford. Yet as Telstra's dividends-at-any-cost strategy nears its breaking point, can Thodey keep guiding the good ship Telstra through its hard U-turn without losing key passengers overboard?

August 17, 2010 by

Live concerts given digital edge

Increasing number of arts companies turning to Web to stream performances, with promise of 3D broadcast on the horizon as the technology goes on trial and awaits mass adoption.

May 19, 2010 by

Telstra's Thodey relishes role

If you believe what you read in most of Australia's media, Telstra chief executive David Thodey is just one step away from sinking into the hideous quagmire of corporate oblivion.

November 11, 2009 by

Can the Telco Reform Act be win-win?

In the second of our two programs looking at the Senate Inquiry into the Telecommunications Legislation Amendment Bill, we hear from shareholders, bureaucrats and industry groups.

August 27, 2009 by

Pipe's Guam cable: What does it mean?

Opinions are split amongst analysts, telcos and ISPs as to whether Pipe's new PPC-1 Sydney to Guam submarine cable will lead to lower broadband prices for Australians, but all agree the threat of its arrival, set for October, has had a positive impact already.

July 29, 2009 by

Mike Quigley: The background check

Father, brother, cancer survivor, highly intelligent engineer and leader of the "Australian mafia" group of executives who battled their way to the top of global telco supplier Alcatel-Lucent. We present Mike Quigley, executive chairman of the National Broadband Network Company.

August 20, 2008 by

Apple has killed the video store; will ISPs be next?

The Olympics are nearly over, and the Australian team deserves kudos for an excellent performance all around. Yet even as the Olympic sun sets on the Bird's Nest for the last time this weekend, millions of spectators around the world will be scanning their dials in the hope of finding something else to fill their viewing hours.


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