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  • Telstra 'best in test' for new mobile...

    Telstra has been named 'best in test' in the inaugural edition of CommsDay's new annual mobile network benchmark. The 2014 P3 CommsDay Mobile Benchmark also highlights some significant strong points for both Optus and Vodafone and shows that all three of Australia's mobile networks are well on par with their ...

  • COMMENT: Sorry Professor Tucker, your NBN...

    For sheer cant, almost nothing beats the pro-FTTH and highly political NBN keynote presentation given by Rod Tucker yesterday to the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ annual international communications conference currently being held in Sydney. On credentials alone, Tucker deserves attention. He is a Laureate Professor at the University of ...

  • COMMENT: Where will the next Michael Malones...

    There’s been much talk about the end of an era and so forth since Friday morning’s announcement from Michael Malone that he would be stepping down from the CEO spot at iiNet after over 20 years. I see it more as the closing of a generational loop, with Malone’s departure ...

  • Bevan Slattery guest post: Time to regulate...

    When TPG bought PIPE Networks in 2010 some within the industry were concerned at an adverse effect on competition. PIPE had always been pro-competition, wholesale focused, and carrier neutral. PIPE’s substantial inter-exchange dark fibre network had been built to supply fast, cost-effective backhaul from DSLAMs deployed by iiNet, Primus, TPG ...

  • LYNCH COMMENT: Telecom Fantasia now...

    After five years where Australian telecommunications policy seemed to take many of its cues from the script of Fantasia, reality finally hit home in a stone cold fashion yesterday. In a high cost, highly regulated country it is very expensive to build out national infrastructure, and harder still to justify it ...

  • LYNCH COMMENT: Finally, recognition that...

    It’s amazing how the worm turns. Just last February to speak of mobile broadband as a legitimate focus of telecommunications public policy was a heresy. Only 100Mbps open-access fibre-enabled connections would enable the social and economic promise of high-speed broadband in areas such as tele-health, education and telework. Such a ...

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