The MediaCento VX-HDMI2X4-POE IPX Controller Kit from Black Box is designed to distribute HDMI over IP and create video walls with switching and control.
Telstra has been awarded a new $1.6bn deal to connect its existing hybrid-fibre-coaxial (HFC) network to the NBN.
Italy's Prysmian Group will manufacture a new line of optical cables at its facility on Sydney's Northern Beaches, bringing the potential to save significantly on installation costs.
ABS's latest internet statistics show that Australians downloaded more than 1.7 million terabytes of data in the December quarter, while total broadband subscribers grew to nearly 13m.
Brocade has revealed plans to buy Ruckus Wireless for US$1.2bn and transform the combined entity into a pure-play networking company providing components spanning from the data centre to the wireless edge.
Telstra, Optus parent SingTel and SubPartners have signed an MoU covering plans to build a 4500 km subsea cable linking Perth with Singapore.
Australia fell two places to 48th in Akamai's fourth-quarter rankings for average internet speeds, with the one bright spot being a world-leading performance in peak mobile broadband speeds.
Telstra achieved a 0.8% increase in profit and 9.1% growth in revenue for the first half of FY2016, despite stricter competition in the fixed and mobile markets.
The wide availability of reliable broadband due to the NBN will trigger a trend of city dwellers moving to country or coastal "lifestyle towns" in pursuit of lifestyle happiness, a report predicts.
nbn has announced it met or exceeded its targets for the last six months of 2015, with end-user activations growing 128% and revenue up 152%.
Telstra has signed agreements with nbn covering negotiation on a deal to support the rollout of the NBN within the HFC footprint, as well as contracts to provide network operations and maintenance services.
The NBN has reached a pair of milestones, with the first 1000 FTTN premises — and the first 1.5 million premises using any technology — now connected to the national network.
The Telecom Industry Ombudsman (TIO) has revealed that consumer complaints over slow data speeds grew 66.3% year-on-year in Q3, even as overall complaints received by the office declined.
Dimension Data has been selected to provide all the IT infrastructure, including Wi-Fi and fibre equipment, for the upcoming $550m shipping terminal at Port of Melbourne.