Articles about NBN
NBN Co has revealed the basic steps the company took in assessing the quality of Telstra's copper and HFC networks before agreeing to a new deal to take ownership of the networks.
Portions of the renegotiated Telstra-NBN deal will be probed by a parliamentary committee.
NBN Co is capping its interim satellite services at 50GB per month for all customers in a bid to minimise capacity issues.
NBN Co and Optus are in the 'early stages' of plans to co-build mobile towers for the company's respective fixed-wireless and mobile networks.
Plans to finish the NBN fixed-wireless network in 2015 have gone since the change of government, despite the company meeting its own new running targets since the strategic review.
Frost & Sullivan has predicted that the Australian infrastructure-as-a-service market will continue to grow strongly over the next five years, and hit AU$439 million by 2018.
The National Broadband Network satellites will likely be stuck on the ground for three months longer than planned.
Digital Realty's Damien Spillane believes the deployment of datacentres through third-party providers will continue to grow as more data is accumulated due to the growth of the Internet of Things.
NBN Co will be required to provide rollout information to all retailers in a bid to prevent Telstra from gaining a competitive advantage as the NBN begins taking over the company's HFC network.
Freed from competition by a single-minded government, NBN Co is free to cherry pick to its heart's content, drip feeding its fibre-to-the-basement services to Australia's wealthiest areas. Yet, with so many concessions made to Telstra and so much about the NBN still up in the air, there is still more lost than gained.
An Ovum report showed that only 44 percent of SMEs are actively running cloud services, a lower percentage than consumers.
All New York residents and businesses will get a minimum download speed of 100Mbps under a new $1 billion plan by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Approximately 6,000 premises in Sydney, Melbourne, and the ACT will be the first to be connected to the NBN via fibre to the basement.
NBN Co is beginning to work out the exact process of how it will determine which technology in the 'multi-technology mix' will connect each premises across Australia.
To blame Australia's drop in the Akamai State of the Internet ranking for peak and average broadband speeds on the government's decision to move away from fibre to the premises for the NBN defies reality.