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A proposal that will give indirectly SingTel total ownership of Singapore's fiber broadband network builder is slammed by rival telco M1, while some SingTel investors are disappointed in potentially missing out on special dividends.
The deal is under public scrutiny as question marks are raised on whether the telco gains an unfair advantage through indirectly completely owning the critical network infrastructure which serves competitors.
Malcolm Turnbull still believes Telstra will gift its supposedly worthless copper network to the Coalition for its FttN plan – but his reasons why, make no sense at all. With the election looming, has Turnbull simply abrogated any responsibility for NBN accuracy?
Superfast broadband is quickly becoming more widespread in Sweden with several 500Mbps services available from around €100 per month.
Norway's largest fibre provider is giving its network an overhaul, with QoS front and centre.
Election success depends not only on engaging voters, but on keeping them that way. Unless Anthony Albanese can transform the NBN election debate into something that resonates with voters – the general distrust of Telstra, for example – he risks losing their attention and handing advantage to Malcolm Turnbull.
As Trident plans to launch a Perth-to-Singapore subsea cable, it has claimed an advantage over route rivals SubPartners and Leighton's when it comes to landing in Indonesia.
This week's Turnbull-Albanese debate on ABC's Lateline shows both parties are still up to their usual political tricks when it comes to the NBN. But will this approach convince swing voters – or alienate them?
The two telcos have agreed an interconnection deal as the KPN Foundation demands answers from América Móvil on its proposed takeover of KPN.
The New Zealand government is proposing putting prices for services on par with fibre prices in order to encourage NZ telcos to invest in the new fibre network.
Chinese company reportedly working on a US$44 million project to connect both countries, which will solve connectivity issues in Pakistan and generate revenue for the country.
Mike Quigley was quick to claim that Syntheo's collapse would not dely the NBN rollout in Western Australia and South Australia — but with just a month until the election, this was the last news NBN Co needed. Will it be a free kick for the Coalition?
A price war has seen the cost of fibre broadband falling in the region, as both local operators and the Norwegian incumbent battle for a larger slice of the market.
Up to four times faster than what's currently available for financial firms in Singapore, the Ethernet Low Latency Network offers a guaranteed low latency of under 1ms--a boost for high frequency trading.
Content-equivalent IPTV services diminish the value of Foxtel's HFC network – and could push Telstra toward an open-access wholesale broadband model that would benefit both the NBN and itself.