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Telecom signs deal with Chch UFB builder
Telco looking forward to aiding city's resurgence, particularly through ICT arm, Gen-i.
Orcon's UFB pricing ploy: brave or foolish?
There are risks attached to being first out of the blocks with a package of Ultra Fast Broadband deals.
We won't charge more for fibre: Orcon
Gauntlet laid down for other ISPs as CEO Scott Bartlett announces pricing for plans on UFB network.
2012: The year of fibre
Many public and private sector organisations have critical needs to transform, and it won’t be done by doing the old stuff harder.
Launch of UFB services to transform the way business is done
Enable, the Crown Fibre Holdings Ltd and Christchurch City Holdings Ltd joint venture fibre company, has begun to transform the way people in Canterbury do business and connect with each other with the launch of its wholesale UFB services
Why Crown Fibre Holdings must go
New ICT minister Amy Adams has been handed the opportunity to stamp out perceived government empire building.
Are SMBs ready for UFB?
Study finds only 10% of small business owners know the price, data cap, and max and min speeds of their current plans.
UFB and RBI worth $5.5 billion: Alcatel-Lucent
Study by research arm Bell Labs says high-speed broadband will easily pay for itself in GDP boost.
We're building a UFB network, now who will come?
ICT Minister explains four-pronged strategy for ensuring NZ gets the most out of massive tech investment.
Broadband: ecosystems, not egosystems - Updated
Actor Stephen Fry tweets his frustration at download throttling as broadband conference kicks off.
TelstraClear absorbs revenue decline
TelstraClear has released its half-yearly results, showing an improvement in earnings despite a drop in income.
Huawei eyes big UFB prize
On current form, the Chinese vendor looks like a strong contender to pick up a lucrative contract from Chorus.
Huawei signed for Christchurch UFB build
Enable Services has selected Huawei New Zealand to supply the fibre equipment for its Christchurch UFB build.
New rules spread infrastructure burden
Commerce Commission says more companies will be required to contribute under new levy system.
2012 business bonanza
The year ahead could offer a number of bonanzas for the New Zealand reseller channel, according to EMC.
Ultrafast Fibre begins marketing push
Waikato UFB builder appoints marketing manager to build relationships between clients and customers.
Are NZ's health and education sectors ready for UFB?
The good news and the bad news in the Commerce Commission's second report.
Southern Cross completes first stage of cable upgrade
Capacity lifts and price dips in fifth major improvement since construction in 2000.
Kiwis overpaying for fixed-line and mobile services
Commerce Commission says we match the OECD on broadband prices, but pay too much to use our phones.
Sotheby’s to auction founding Apple document - Updated
Contract establishing world's largest tech business sells for a whopping sum.
Steven Joyce loses ICT portfolio
MP for Selwyn Amy Adams tasked with managing New Zealand's information technology future.
Enable emerges from the dust
Three earthquakes and the destruction of a city around them has not stopped Christchurch fibre company Enable Services Limited
Connector Systems picks up digital media brand
High-speed networks provide perfect foundation for IPTV technology, but resellers will still have to work hard.
WEL Networks selects Huawei
China-based company's network technology to be deployed in Waikato, BOP, Taranaki and Wanganui UFB builds.