TasICT has labelled the NBN deployment in Tasmania as a shambles, and said in a submission to the NBN senate committee that argument over which technology is used to rollout the NBN is now less relevant than the need to get customers onto the network.
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Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has defended his links to NBN Co's head of strategy JB Rousselot, stating that the executive is well suited to work for the network company.
Australia's new Liberal Party government is using the wrong strategy for rolling out the country's national broadband network (NBN) and should consolidate the planned two-stage deployment of fibre-to-the-node (FttN) technology into one rollout, a leaked internal report has revealed.
Create a message and stick it out there in the social sphere. Sounds simple enough, doesn't it? But a social media strategy might now be relevant, given that each network has its own purpose.
The flourishing local economy and insatiable demand for Web-connected devices are pushing firms to roll out the latest networking technology to stay competitive. But next-gen stuff like software-defined networking remains nascent.
Application-oriented networking moves some application development workloads to the network in a bid to reduce time to market for application deployment and get rid of some of the most labor-intensive tasks.
Internet giant teams up with India-based mobile advertising network to monetize its mobile efforts in Southeast Asia, amid plans to beef up its mobile strategy.
It's a big day for Okta as it reveals the details from its latest round of VC fuding as well as some product updates around mobility and Microsoft 365.
Is a working social network worth paying for?
Netflix begins the deployment of their own content delivery network
More than 60 percent of mobile capital spending to go into radio access network deployment as carriers in Asia bump up their long-term evolution (LTE) investments, says report.
Jim Balsillie, who recently resigned as co-chief of Research In Motion, tried to convince executives that the BlackBerry maker needed a significant shift in strategy to succeed.The former co-chief executive of RIM wanted to allow "major wireless companies in North America and Europe" to provide service for non-BlackBerry devices that was routed through RIM's network, according to a Reuters report on Friday.
Victoria's Coalition government has taken the Federal Government to task over the newly released three-year deployment plan for the National Broadband Network (NBN), with ICT Minister Gordon Rich-Phillips claiming that Victoria will receive a disproportionately small number of connected premises compared to other states.
Westfield Sydney is one of the most expensive and most profitable shopping precincts in the world. It has been painstakingly put together over a decade at a cost of several billion dollars. Westfield's IT team has worked tirelessly to ensure that the whole facility can be managed on one network. Find out how they did it.
ZDNet Asia talks to ICT regulator, market players to discuss what Singapore needs to do to drive adoption of national broadband network and resolve enterprise deployment issues.
The Chinese government has outlined the country's space strategy, including a global satellite network and plans for space exploration.The whitepaper, published in English on China Daily on Friday, gives details on China's strategy for the next five years.
Google's strategy for Google App Engine and its social network Google+ is flawed, according to an engineer at the company.Steve Yegge, a Google software engineer posted a rant on his page on the Google+ social network on Tuesday night that slammed the company for its approach to developing platforms.
Proposed Greens legislation to restrict the construction of mobile towers would impact the deployment of the fixed-wireless long-term evolution (LTE) network deployment as part of the National Broadband Network (NBN), according to the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA).
Tasmanian utility Aurora Energy has been picked to provide internet services to Tasmanian schools and government on the National Broadband Network (NBN), following a month of controversy over the deployment of internet in the region.
As it is a fixed wireless network, the National Broadband Network (NBN) long-term evolution (LTE) deployment will not suffer the same capacity issues as regular mobile networks, according to NBN Co's chief technology officer Gary McLaren.
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