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Does Chorus have a weak UFB channel strategy?
It’s not that Chorus has a poor channel partner strategy, it’s more that it doesn’t appear to exist.
How to calculate the purchase price of an ISP
It all comes down to how much the buyer wants the transaction to happen and the drivers the vendor has for selling.
Opinion: M2 buys CallPlus – smart move
With the benefit of hindsight, I can see that M2 management had no issue linking their services inextricably to CallPlus because they intended to
Working from home – for and against
Being prepared to employ people based on talent and experience and ignoring their location enables us to get the best possible people to join us.
2degrees isn’t a challenger brand in wholesale market
It is no secret they have struggled in the business space & that was no doubt a large driver in the decision to buy their way into the fixed line game
How to make money as an ISP
Recent changes to the telecommunications landscape have reduced margins on almost every product/service that the average ISP/telco sells.
NZ has about 80 ISPs… for now
Considering that DTS only provides services to businesses, 22nd out of 80 odd providers in New Zealand is not a bad result.
UFB speeds – expectation versus reality
Brendan Ritchie looks at the actual speeds one can expect from UFB
The road to survival for small NZ fibre providers
Chorus are steadily rolling out UFB fibre across New Zealand, and as they do, they are encroaching on areas where a number of smaller regional providers hold a substantial market share.
Reduced profits and fewer ISPs – the NZ ISP Market In 2015
Brendan Ritchie takes a look at the increasing difficulty ISPs face in their quest to return a profit for their shareholders
How I would spend Chorus’ marketing dollar
It seems as if ‘Gigatown’ is the single marketing focus for Chorus, we look into this obsession.
Why Cisco routers don’t suit NZ SMB’s...
For a long time, and certainly since before UFB came into view, DTS has been using Cisco routers as part of our managed WAN’s and/or where a client has requested a managed router as part of an internet service.
Redundancy - How will a new international cable benefit NZ?
DTS CEO Brendan Ritchie writes the third of his three part series of posts on the subject of the additional undersea cables planned for New Zealand in
Pricing: How will a new international cable benefit NZ?
DTS CEO Brendan Ritchie writes the second of his three part series of posts on the subject of the additional undersea cables planned for New Zealand i
How will a new international cable benefit NZ?
DTS CEO Brendan Ritchie writes the first of his three part series of posts on the subject of the additional undersea cables planned for New Zealand in
Running an ISP in NZ vs. Australia – Key Differences
Running an ISP that operates in both Australia and NZ puts me in a fairly unique position, one that should allow me to give a bit of an insight into the differences in service delivery on each side of the ditch.