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Ericsson and Cisco have entered a broad-ranging partnership to collaborate on developing and selling networking technologies, with a special focus on SDN/NFV architecture.
The ACCC has decided not to oppose the proposed $3bn merger between Vocus and M2, after determining that there is not much overlap between the two businesses.
Network monitoring enables IT managers to better manage their entire infrastructure, giving them access to information and intelligence that will help healthcare providers operate more efficiently.
Brisbane's Data#3 has been awarded a multimillion-dollar contract to overhaul Edith Cowan University's communications network with the latest Cisco technology.
nbn's new three-year rollout plan aims to have around 9.5 million premises connected to the nbn or in the process of getting hooked up by September 2018.
Australia ranked a mere 46th in the world in terms of average broadband speeds during the second quarter, and also fared poorly in terms of 4 Mbps or higher broadband adoption, Akamai said.
Strict new regulations designed to prevent TPG from cherrypicking lucrative potential customers away from the nbn have not deterred the company, according to its executive chair David Teoh.
nbn has launched its first FTTN services, and aims to expand the FTTN component of the network to pass 3.7m premises by mid-2018.
nbn CEO Bill Morrow says the network is poised to supercharge the economy, and that despite all the political disagreement over the nbn there is broad support from all sides for its core principles.
Australia's National Broadband Network covered 1.2 million premises as of the end of June and had 486,000 active connections. Now nbn aims to increase this nearly tenfold by 2018.
Labor is considering changing the name for the National Broadband Network to differentiate the current rollout from the project originally envisioned by the Rudd government.
Nearly 30,000 premises across Australia face losing their copper phone and internet connections by 24 August if they have not yet made the leap to the nbn.
NEXTDC has established a new subsidiary, AXON Systems, that will provide elastic connectivity services for Australian enterprise and government customers.