AAPT is one of Australia's larger telecommunications companies, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Telecom New Zealand.
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Telecom reported to be having another bash at converting Australian business into cash.
A multi-year partnership will help Quickflix grow in a cost-effective way, according to the movie-streaming company.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has given AAPT a slap on the wrist for after 40GB of customer data was stolen in July 2012.
OrionVM is also in talks with other tier-two telcos to supply a platform for cloud services.
Telecom New Zealand IT services subsidiary Gen-i is set to cut two thirds of its Australian staff, shifting work to AAPT.
Telecom NZ's Australian infrastructure subsidiary AAPT will pick up DSL provider Nextep, the company has announced.
The Australian Privacy Commissioner has opened an investigation into AAPT and Melbourne IT, following Anonymous' attack late last month.
NBN Co has quietly picked up 850MHz of spectrum from AAPT in the 28GHz spectrum band for its satellite service, but the company has refused to reveal how much it paid.
AAPT claims the first Australian commercially available 100 gigabit-per-second inter-capital network link, operating between Melbourne and Sydney.
TPG has called for the competition watchdog to regulate wholesale ADSL, claiming that the customers it lost when Telstra jacked up its wholesale DSL prices had overwhelmingly jumped to Telstra as a result.
Telstra's competitors have called for the competition regulator to again reject the telco's structural separation undertaking (SSU) unless concerns about ensuring equivalent services are addressed.
AAPT has chosen Ciena to upgrade its national network so it can better provide carrier Ethernet services.
The Australian-based website domain for business telecommunications company AAPT temporarily expired today.
A former AAPT Manila-based call centre in the Philippines now managed by internet service provider iiNet has been given a new lease of life due to a dramatic turn around in its customer complaints handling.
Optus and Vodafone have appealed to the competition regulator to maintain the current rate mobile companies pay to connect calls between mobile networks, while Telstra has called for a slight price drop.