AAPT is one of Australia's larger telecommunications companies, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Telecom New Zealand.
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David Yuile has been appointed CEO of AAPT, the Australian business unit of Telecom New Zealand, with existing CEO Paul Broad planning to resign.
Every executive has his nightmare travel story, which AAPT chief operating officer David Yuile shares with us.
AAPT chief executive Paul Broad today called for fellow telcos to stand up and "make noises" to protect competition in the new world order of the National Broadband Network (NBN).
After iiNet bought its consumer customer base, AAPT was forced to rethink its hodge-podge contact centre product.
A concentration of National Broadband Network points of interconnect (POI) at existing exchange locations and a focus in metropolitan areas rather than regional areas risks making the network inefficient and increasing the costs for NBN Co and access seekers, according to Telstra.
WorkCover Queensland has aired its plans for a huge datacentre migration focused around robust infrastructure, implying that it has learned lessons from the state's recent wild weather.
AAPT's new slimmer look has affected its earnings for the half year to 31 December 2010, according to parent company Telecom New Zealand's latest results.
AAPT chief executive Paul Broad has defended the ability of his company's infrastructure to weather natural disasters, after it said some of its facilities had come under threat this week by Queensland's rising flood waters.
Real estate giant Ray White's email systems went down this week after its Active Directory installation couldn't communicate with the rest of the world courtesy of an AAPT outage.
The Queensland floods have claimed their first datacentre victim, with AAPT's facility at 167 Eagle St in Brisbane confirmed to have powered down. A number of other facilities may be about to follow, as the statewide disaster continues to trouble technology providers.
The Alliance for Affordable Broadband has called for clarification on the NBN business case summary, saying that its calculations put the total cost of the NBN project at $55.2 billion.
Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has welcomed "robust" debate from telecommunications providers on proposed points of interconnect for the National Broadband Network (NBN), saying the debate was the whole point of the government's discussion paper released on the issue.
AAPT customers on 24/7 unlimited plans will be shifted onto capped plans at the end of their next billing period, following the finalisation of iiNet's takeover of AAPT's consumer division on 1 October.
iiNet's shareholders have approved the internet service provider's (ISPs) acquisition of the consumer division of AAPT at an Extraordinary General Meeting held today.
Telecom NZ has admitted that it will be glad to see the back of AAPT's embattled consumer business, with chief executive officer (CEO) Dr Paul Reynolds saying that the consumer business wasn't its strong suit.