AGL will build on last year's acquisition of Southern Phone by launching AGL-branded nbn services that can be bundled with its energy contracts.
Telstra has proposed to spin off its fixed infrastructure assets, its passive mobile infrastructure and its retail operations into three separate legal entities.
The ACCC's latest Wholesale Market Indicators Report found that the number of subscriptions to broadband plans above 50 Mbps reached 5.2m last quarter.
Aussie Broadband is currently laying fibre cable through the Sydney Harbour Tunnel, as part of its dark fibre rollout in New South Wales.
The ACCC concluded that the changes NBN Co has made in its new Wholesale Broadband Agreement are satisfactory enough not to warrant regulatory intervention.
The ATEN KE8950 4K HDMI KVM over IP Extender allows IT administrators to extend computers to consoles on or off IT infrastructures.
TPG Telecom has completed the rollout of a 10 Gbps fibre network spanning 1000 buildings for the City of Adelaide, on time and on budget.
The average performance of nbn services improved 1.8 percentage points in the June quarter despite the increased strain placed on the network due to COVID-19.
The DGS-1250 Series of Gigabit smart managed switches features 10G uplink ports, along with a complete line-up of L2 features, including IGMP snooping.
The Communications Alliance has urged the government to ensure proposed measures to improve the security of critical infrastructure don't overburden industry.
NBN Co has announced it will spend $700m to deploy Enterprise Ethernet services to up to 240 business fibre zones covering over 700,000 business premises.
The Australian Government has appointed the National Farmers' Federation to develop and operate the Regional Digital Tech Hub.
The Australian Government has announced that it will reform the EMDG scheme, shifting from reimbursement to grants to make applications simpler for exporters.
A new report from IDC reveals that the market for wearables devices increased during the second quarter of 2020, due to strong demand for hearables.
ACMA has found TPG, Optus, Dodo and Telstra to be in breach of rules requiring them to provide backup services to consumers following a stalled nbn migration.