The Warren & Brown HY series category 6A STP modular jacks have been specifically designed to simplify and accelerate network deployment.
Rudd and Conroy were right when they argued for a high-speed broadband network available to everyone and owned by government.
Telecommunications consumer advocacy body ACCAN has urged the government to implement new consumer safeguards governing broadband services.
nbn customers who have experienced slow connection speeds are encouraged to seek a refund.
The ACCC has raised serious competition concerns over the proposed merger between Vodafone Australia and TPG, suggesting that the deal could face rejection.
ACMA's 5G auction in Australia has now concluded, with four companies winning spectrum in the 3.6 GHz band.
New Zealand's Ultrafast Broadband network now passes roughly 1.4m premises and has just under 669,000 subscribers.
nbn co is futureproofing the fibre-to-the-curb component of its network by deploying distribution point units capable of supporting G.fast technology.
New Zealand's Government Communications Security Bureau has rejected a 5G rollout proposal from operator Spark due to a plan to use Huawei equipment.
New Zealand's Commerce Commission has proposed new rules governing Chorus's transition of copper customers in the UFB network rollout footprint to fibre.
The ACCC may extend its Broadband Speed Claims Industry Guidance to fixed wireless services under proposed changes to the framework.
nbn co increased its first-quarter revenue to $620 million as the number of wholesale connections neared 4.4 million.
nbn co will introduce a new satellite service next year that will no longer count the use of essential internet services against a customer's data allowance.
Retail energy providers Origin Energy and Sumo Power have arranged to resell Optus nbn and wireless broadband services as part of power and telecoms bundles.