• ITU secretary general reveals US allies had second thoughts over rejecting 2012 ITRs

    International Telecommunications Union secretary-general Houlin Zhao has revealed that some of the 54 countries who sided with the US in 2012 to reject a claimed intrusion of government into Internet governance via revised regulations have since reconsidered and asked to sign up. The controversial International Telecommunications Regulations treaty was not ...

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    INTERVIEW: why the competition isn’t keeping Telstra CEO Andy Penn awake at night

    Telstra’s competitors may be building scale, but CEO Andy Penn isn’t dwelling on his rivals. In his first round of sit-down interviews since taking the post in May, Penn spoke frankly to CommsDay about recent developments in the competitive landscape, his own acquisition strategy, NBN plans, and his aspirations for ...

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    Minister Mitch to take NBN to 2016 poll

    Senator Mitch Fifield has been selected by prime minister Malcolm Turnbull to take the communications ministry into an election year. Fifield previously represented Turnbull in the Senate and has considerable experience prosecuting the broadband case there for the Coalition. Significantly, Turnbull has abolished parliamentary secretaries, replaced them with assistant ministers ...

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  • COMMENT: Fifield will be the minister for...

    If Malcolm Turnbull hadn’t become prime minister last week and won a by-election over the weekend he still would have been lauding a beautiful set of numbers today. Because today is the long-planned day for NBN to release its results from its FTTN trial in the Hunter region and commercially ...

  • COMMENT: Sorry MyRepublic but you are full...

    Singaporean upstart MyRepublic got a glory run in the popular press yesterday with its CEO having some fun bashing the NBN’s use of fibre to the node for half of its network. A four letter word was used and the media ran with it, predictably free of any context or ...

  • LYNCH COMMENT: How television is disrupting...

    Tonight, about four million Australians will watch the deciding match of the 2015 State of Origin rugby league series on broadcast TV. That is about one in six of the maximum possible audience—all watching one broadcast from one outlet. A slightly higher number—about five million Australians or less than one in ...

  • 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 ...

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