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Thursday, 28/5/2015


Woolworths becomes Telstra reseller

Supermarket giant Woolworths has signed a deal with Telstra to become a wholesale provider of the telco's 3G mobile network.

Source: iTnews Australia


Telstra signs Woolworths to wholesale agreement

Telstra has signed a wholesale supply agreement with Woolworths.

Source: ARN


Triple treat as IP traffic heads up and up

Internet Protocol (IP) traffic around the world is expected to triple to reach a record 2 zettabytes by 2019, with market growth coming predominantly from increasing mobile access and demand for video services.

Source: iTWire


The rise and rise of the Telstra brand

Telstra has joined the ranks of the world’s top 100 most valuable brands for the first time this year with a brand value of $12.7 billion.

Source: iTWire


Wednesday, 27/5/2015


NBN charges for new houses on the way

Developers and retail service providers will now be forced to pay hundreds of dollars to be connected to the National Broadband Network.

Source: ZDNet Australia


NBN on target for 1 million premises passed

The company formerly known as NBN Co has said it is on target for AU$150 million in telco revenues and premises serviceable passing 1 million at the end of this financial year.

Source: ZDNet Australia


nbn records $785 million loss in third quarter results

The rebranded company building the Australia national broadband network, nbn, has posted a $785 million loss in its third quarter results.

Source: ARN


Tuesday, 26/5/2015


Telecoms services will double to $42 billion by 2031: Infrastructure Australia

The first ever Australian national infrastructure audit has forecast that telecommunications services will outpace GDP growth and contribute $42 billion to the Australian economy by 2031, double the figure in 2011.

Source: iTWire


IPv4 address exhaustion approaches in US

ARIN, the organisation that manages Internet IP address allocation for North America, is approaching the end of its supply of IPv4 addresses.

Source: Computerworld


NBN Co unites with British Telecom on secrets of speed

The company building the government’s National Broadband Network and Britain’s No 1 telco British Telecom have struck an agreement under which the two companies share information on how to better connect their respective nations with superfast broadband networks.

Source: The Australian