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UFB open access deeds approved
ICT Minister satisfied with plans for sharing Ultra Fast Broadband and Rural Broadband networks.
InternetNZ helps Christchurch schools connect
The services will be provided via the Greater Christchurch Schools Network Trust, at a cost of $40,000.
Local co-op beats Chorus to the punch - Updated
Competition between fibre builders in South Canterbury town.
Whangarei UFB provider confirms CEO
Interim head appointed to position as UFB rolls out up north.
Fibre Watch: Let me be the first...
Another week, another announcement of a UFB 'first'. This time it's the first schools to be connected to the embryonic Government-funded network.
Fibre Watch: Changing of the guard
As Paul Reynolds confirms his impending departure, 'New Telecom' needs to find a CEO with vision.
Government approves Telecom split
The government has approved Telecom’s separation plan, leaving only one more step in the demerger between the giant telco and its network arm, Chorus.
Joyce addresses Tech.Ed before opening Auckland UFB project
ICT Minister says government laying platform for industry to flourish.
Fibre Watch: Hurry up and wait
Despite this week's big announcements about national and international connectivity, benefits to broadband consumers are still some time away.
Fibre Watch: Cynics & crystal balls
As debate over the tender process continues, there is a bigger question to be asked - should the government have embarked on the UFB project at all?
Fibre Watch: Slow, expensive RBI
Connecting the most isolated schools to the Government's Rural Broadband Initiative comes at a cost: $2000 per student.
Fibre Watch: Playing favourites?
Was Telecom's $929 million UFB contract win a foregone conclusion? Labour says the Government has some explaining to do.
Slingshot re-launches limitless broadband
Some unlimited broadband customers regularly download more than a Terabyte of data each month.
Online advertising spend up 388%
UFB to drive market even higher, but can businesses capitalise?
Fibre Watch: The $5 million question
As Telecom releases details of its asset split, Paul Reynolds' future with the company after its de-merger remains unclear.
Telecom releases demerger documents
"Unpicking such a complex business is a massive undertaking,” says Telecom CEO.
Fibre Watch: Chinese Whispers
UK website speculates fast-growing Chinese vendor Huawei could be in line for a sweet equipment supply role within the UFB project.
CEO to keep role following de-merger
Mark Ratcliffe will remain head of Chorus if split goes ahead: Telecom.
Waikato UFB build underway
Work is underway on the rollout of Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) in the central North Island.
Fibre Watch: UFB outlook cloudy
Is there an appetite for ultra-fast broadband in the local business market? We're getting mixed signals.
Pacific Fibre achieves first funding step
Deal contributes $91 million towards second international internet link.
Fibre Watch: We have a plan
The Government's National Infrastructure Plan highlights investment and regulatory issues faced by the telecommunications industry.
Niue internet service hits $4 million
Grants from the US have enabled internet access in the tiny pacific island.
Alcatel-Lucent unveils 400GBps chip
FP3 processors likely to be in products in the middle of 2012.