Australian telecommunications and IT services provider Inabox has seen its half-yearly after tax profit fall by more than 21 percent, following its acquisition of rival Anittel, and Neural Networks.
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New telecommunications equipment will be installed as part of the NSW government's radio network upgrade to improve communications between emergency services.
The president is pushing for the end of laws that protect larger, established Internet providers from competition, which he says harms the rollout of rural broadband services.
Mobile services complaints decreased by 8.1 percent during July to September 2014, driving down the number of complaints that the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman received during the quarter.
The International Telecommunications Union has approved the G.fast broadband technology standard, allowing it to become broadly commercially available in a bid to help service providers deliver speeds over DSL of up to 1Gbps in mixed-technology broadband delivery scenarios.
The Australian government is calling on the Productivity Commission to work out how best to deliver mobile broadband capability for the country's law enforcement and emergency services.
Australian telecommunications player Amcom will provide data network services to an additional 141 sites across the Northern Territory after signing an AU$6.5 million deal with the NT government.
ViewQwest announces its new 2Gbps fiber broadband service to be made commercially available in early-2015, offering the fastest residential internet connection in Singapore.
Australian telecommunications services company ZipTel has raised AU$5 million in an institutional share placement, which it plans to use to help drive the uptake of its soon-to-be-released ZipT smartphone platform.
The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman has begun reporting a rise in complaints from customers connecting to the National Broadband Network.
Plans for new unregulated copper-based broadband services, dubbed Boost HD, are now in limbo.
Two of the United States' largest telecommunications companies, AT&T and Verizon, are shying away from the government's move to boost its definition of what constitutes broadband from 4Mbps to 10Mbps.
Regulated price cuts to wholesale copper broadband services stand after Chorus' appeal fails.
Telstra and Telekom Indonesia have signed an agreement that will see the Australian telecommunications giant provide cloud services in Indonesia in 2015 as part of a joint venture.
New Zealand network operator posts a flat result, but a regulated reduction in the prices it can charge for copper broadband services looms in December.
Telecom New Zealand and CallPlus complain to the regulator that proposed changes to wholesale broadband services are an enforceable breach under the Telecommunications Act.
However, Comcast does not endorse the "reclassification of broadband as a telecommunications service."
Australian telecommunications products and services wholesaler, Inabox Group, is making the move to the cloud market, inking a deal to acquire Brisbane’s Neural Networks Data Services for AU$350,000.
The New South Wales Auditor-General has released a report revealing that several of the state’s government agencies are paying too much for their telecommunications services due to a lack of procurement expertise.
Inmarsat to lead the EU wide roll-out of in-flight passenger broadband services with British Airways in the van.
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