Telstra has admitted to failing to meet its obligations to check the nbn speeds of 180,000 customers to ensure they are receiving the speeds they are paying for.
New Zealand's Commerce Commission has released its draft decisions on the planned new fibre regulatory regime which will take effect from 2022.
Smaller providers are slowly taking market share away from incumbent nbn retail service providers Telstra and TPG, according to the ACCC.
NordVPN has announced a five-point plan to overhaul its security practices and prevent a repeat of the data breach the company encountered in early 2018.
NBN Co has announced a series of initiatives aimed at improving connectivity in regional and remote Australia, including a business wholesale satellite service.
Telstra plans to switch off its ageing 3G network by June 2024 and repurpose its existing 3G spectrum for 5G.
The ACCC has formally warned NBN Co for offering retail service provider customers discriminatory terms and access to information about its enterprise services.
The Australian and US governments are negotiating an agreement that would allow law enforcement agencies from each country to access telco data from the other.
The nbn is barrelling towards completion, with 6 million activations and connecting nearly 40,000 premises per week.
NBN Co cut its service activations target for FY20 by 500,000 premises, but CEO Stephen Rue insists that the project will be "complete on time and on budget".
The MLB-E4206-12-G-P-F is a Managed Gigabit Ethernet switch, providing six 10/100/1000BaseT ports, two PoE PSE ports and four 100/1000Base SFP ports.
The footprint of New Zealand's Ultrafast Broadband network was expanded to a further 90,000 premises during the June quarter.
The federal government is consulting on the design of a program that will provide up to $53m in grant funding to improve regional and rural digital connectivity.
ACMA has fined seven nbn retail service providers for contravening the requirements of the new nbn Consumer Information Industry Standard.
Sunshine Coast-based firm Auscom has been awarded a $1m contact to deliver the land side fibre network for the International Broadband Submarine Cable Network.