The Hawaiki subsea cable spanning Australia, New Zealand and the US is ready for service, lifting Australia's international capacity by several times.
The TIO has urged nbn retail service providers to amend their migration processes to reduce the volume of existing fixed line numbers lost during the transition.
The Australian networking market was off to a promising start during the first quarter, according to IDC.
Alternative form of access to nbn co's Points of Interconnect aims to help retail providers increase their footprint and better manage customer experience.
The nbn rollout is nearing full completion outside of major urban areas, while 4m premises nationwide are now active on the network.
Six thousand participants will meet at the IoT Co-Creation Summit in November to discuss the future of the Industrial Internet of Things.
Macquarie Telecom will provide its full suite of business class voice, data and SD-WAN services over the nbn through a new six-year agreement with nbn co.
VPN Special has reported a 200% spike in the number of VPN users from China in the past few days.
Australian telecoms operators facing declining data and IP revenues must consider filling the gap with SD-WAN and other managed network services.
The Australian Government has awarded Vocus Communications a $136.6m contract to deploy a subsea cable linking PNG and the Soloman Islands with Australia.
More than 1000 buildings have signed up to join the City of Adelaide's high-speed fibre-optic network, with 500 more on the waiting list.
The rollout of New Zealand's Ultrafast Broadband fibre broadband network in Christchurch has been completed a year ahead of schedule.
The New Zealand Government has expedited the Rural Broadband Initiative and Mobile Black Spot Fund network rollouts.
Optus has been ordered by the Federal Court to pay $1.5 million in penalties, after it misled customers during the nbn transition.