Supporters of the original vision of the NBN delivered MPs a petition with over 270,000 signatures advocating for FTTH technology, but online support did not translate to feet on the ground.
A union official has labelled Telstra's copper network an "absolute disgrace" after the telco defended the network and blamed the weather for a rise in service disruptions.
NBN Co has received the ACCC's approval to buy the FTTP network operated by ISP TransACT and connect another 13,000 Canberra homes to the NBN.
ISP iiNet has ceased offering NBN Interim Satellite plans to new customers, saying that the sheer number of users meant the service was “almost unusable” in peak periods.
Three directors have been appointed to NBN Co’s board: Internode founder Simon Hackett, one-time NBN head of construction Patrick Flannigan and Telstra alumni Justin Milne.
NBN Co has appointed ex-Telstra executive Greg Adcock to the position of chief operating officer, making Adcock the third Telstra alum to be given a senior role at NBN Co in the last six weeks.
Pitcher Partners, an accountancy, auditing and advisory firm, has implemented a 4G Wi-Fi cradle to improve its audit teams' access to the internet while on the road.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has questioned the legitimacy of NBN Co's 2013 annual report, which was produced by NBN Co under the previous government and released to the public just last week.
Telstra is suing NBN Co in the NSW Supreme Court over a dispute regarding the $11.2 billion deal the two companies signed in 2011.
Ardent Leisure, the owner of Australia's largest theme park - Dreamworld, has contracted Brocade to upgrade and replace the park's wireless networking infrastructure.
NBN Co has hired ex-Telstra director JB Rousselot to the new position of head of strategy and transformation, while making redundant Mike Kaiser, the company’s head of quality and an ex-Labor politician, in the process.
With the federal election now past, the opportunity for the incoming Coalition government to deliver on its plans for growing the economy and make real traction requires decisive action within the first six months of government, argues IIA CEO Peter Lee.
Stephen Conroy last week made what some have labelled "rare admissions" of mistakes in Labor's approach to the NBN. But do his comments really constitute admissions of failure?
Details from a leaked NBN Co Corporate Plan suggest that the network's rollout had been progressing on budget and the Coalition appears to be taking a more open-minded approach to FTTP.
Helen Coonan, Australia's Communications Minister from 2004 to 2007 in the Howard government, has been approached about taking a place on NBN Co's board of directors.