• Interview: New Optus CEO Allen Lew talks fixed/mobile integration

    Optus CEO Allen Lew has revealed plans to transform his fixed business, mixing it with mobile as a key differentiator; unleash secret new products for his unique 2300MHz spectrum asset; and forge a new corporate identity around telco innovation.  Along with serious mobile network investment and a sustained customer focus, ...

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  • Cisco pioneer: HFC can keep pace with fibre

    DOCSIS 3.0 and 3.1 will enable HFC networks to offer “equal performance” to fibre for the “forseeable future,” according to Cisco Fellow and cable access business unit CTO John Chapman – a key pioneer in the broader development of the DOCSIS standards. And that gives operators more freedom to mix ...

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    Change of the Telstra guard: we interview David Thodey, Andy Penn

    Telstra CEO David Thodey has announced his retirement, after effectively transforming the business and doubling its value to over A$80 billion during almost six years at the helm. To replace him, Telstra’s board has tapped current CFO and international group executive Andy Penn, who will take the reins from May ...

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  • COMMENT: The ACCC's strike at competition...

    It’s hard not to read the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s latest annual report into telecommunications competition without breaking into a wry smile. The report is the usual listing of the claimed successes for competition policy such as price reductions in various services, market share shifts away from Telstra and reduced ...

  • LYNCH COMMENT: A defining moment for 5G...

    The GSM Association has finally defined what it means by 5G wireless in a major report released overnight in Europe. The group offers eight technical objectives which it says will define 5G. They are: 1 to 10Gbps connections to end points in the field (i.e. not theoretical maximum), 1 millisecond end-to-end ...

  • 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 ...

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