2degrees has enabled 3G voice and mobile broadband services across its network after an extensive program undertaken in partnership with Huawei. The 3G build covers the entire 2degrees network in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown.
The College of General Practitioners (RACGP) has announced the signing of an agreement to work with Telstra to launch e-health applications on a web-hosted service platform.
Optus has been named a mobile and satellite supplier to the Northern Territory Government with mutiple contracts to supply mobile and satellite services.
Optus first to acquire new 2100 MHz spectrum licences to increase 3G mobile capacity in regional Australia.
The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) will launch ASX Net, a fully managed, low-latency, high-capacity network solution for connectivety to the Australian financial market, in September 2010 with the fibre provided by PIPE Networks.
Australia’s love affair with social networking has gone mobile, with customers using their mobiles to visit Facebook, Twitter and MySpace in record numbers over the past 12 months, according to new figures released today by Telstra.
ME Bank invests in multimillion-dollar deal with Telstra to support mobile workforce.
Komatsu Australia has consolidated its telecommunications services with Telstra including the migration to a new managed ICT infrastructure as a service (cloud services) to support the company’s growing construction and mining equipment business.
Revamped fibre backbone network forTasGovNet to satisfy growing connectivity needs of operators, enterprises and government.
Telstra Business, which has been headed up by Deena Shiff since 2006, has the distinction of touching more small businesses other than the Australian Tax Office so she understands their needs and her focus is on making sure they get it.
Telstra will commence LTE trials in May 2010, selecting Huawei, Ericsson and Nokia Siemens mobile technology for testing.
The Business App Store is a resource built for business applications, supported by numerous devices and operating systems, allowing users to customise their business mobile experience.
Voice&Data’s Merri Mack talked to Hugh Humphrey to find out the rationale of his move to the world of convergence at Optus after his previous employer, Vodafone, joined Hutchinson in a joint venture - VHA - in 2009.
Across the ditch, submissions are starting to fly for NZ's equivalent NBN, the Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB), with Telecom submitting two responses.
FTTP trial for Pt Cook as an example for the National Broadband Network.