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Following an extended eight-month stint as the acting CEO, iiNet's David Buckingham has officially been appointed as the full-time CEO replacing founder Michael Malone.
Close to seven months after the departure of long-time CTO John Lindsay, iiNet has appointed former Maxis COO Mark Dioguardi as his replacement.
The huge fine, handed down for abusing its dominant broadband position, will have to be paid in full by Telefonica after its latest appeal failed.
Verizon execs acknowledged instances of congestion but rebuffed claims about throttling traffic from the online video giant.
Cutting marketing expenditures may lead to large decreases in terminal subsidies and notable declines of frontline staffer income among the three telcos.
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New legislation is being passed at high speed in an attempt to stymie changes that force UK communications companies to store data on all their customers' communications.
MyNetFone has bought the iBoss platform in the hope of expanding its bundled offering of mobile, landline, DSL, NBN, and VoIP.
David Thodey said today that trying gaining venture capital in Australia was akin to pulling teeth.
Alcatel Lucent has managed to get 10Gbps download speeds over 30-metres of a copper pair.
Bevan Slattery's new business SubPartners has picked his old business, NextDC's Perth datacentre, for the landing station for the APX-Central and APX-West cables.
Swedish mobile network operator Tele2 has agreed to sell its Norwegian operations to rival TeliaSonera.
Deutsche Telekom's IT services arm has opened a twin facility for its existing Magdeburg datacentre.
M2 CEO Geoff Horth has said that the organic growth of 70,000 broadband subscribers in the last financial year dispels the myth that the company will only grow through acquisitions.
Nokia has topped off a two-month buying spree with an agreement with Israeli surveillance specialist to develop new 3D monitoring technology for mobile networks.