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Ericsson shows off next-level LTE
Mobile broadband could be running at close to 1 GB per second within a couple of years, Ericsson says.
Rural Broadband Initiative takes first step
"The RBI is all about providing digital opportunities to more than a quarter of a million people in rural communities,” Joyce says.
Labour still angry at UFB bill
"Telecom’s history of monopolistic behaviour will not change when it is broken up under the structural separation."
UFB uncertainty outweighed by positives: Juniper
New Zealand and Australia outperforming major overseas markets.
National passes UFB law
"This infrastructure will revolutionise the way kiwi firms do business, the way our kids learn, and the way our health providers deliver services to our communities.”
Aussies a huge step closer to UFB
Australia’s two largest telecommunications companies, Telstra and Optus, have agreed to participate in the Australian government’s NBN.
Fibre Watch: Shirty Politicians
As Curran gets a dressing down for dressing down, Joyce dismisses her rural schools broadband "conspiracy"
Licensing change means greater access for schools
An amendment to the school agreement between MED and Microsoft gives schools greater access to server software hosted by third parties.
Enable enlists Transfield for Christchurch UFB
Enable announces $260M contract with Transfield to help build Christchurch fibre network
Sam Morgan talks fibre to the door with Holmes
Trade Me founder Sam Morgan talks about fibre to the door with Paul Holmes
Business possibilities with UFB
At last week's UpLoad 2011, the theme was 'new ventures in fast fibre'.
Moody's: Split 'negative' for Telecom outlook
International credit rating bureau Moody's has lowered Telecom's rating outlook to 'negative' in light of upcoming demerger.
Telecom to split for UFB
As a result of yesterday's UFB contract, Telecom is to spin off Chorus into a separate entity.
UFB partners announced
The government has reached agreements with Telecom New Zealand and Christchurch ratepayer-owned Enable Networks to roll out the UFB network.
Govt broadband plans miss out 100,000 students
An independent analysis finds a significant number of schools fall between the cracks of UFB and RBI.
Zero cost to taxpayers for UFB regulation says Joyce
Joyce estimates zero taxpayer cost as result of UFB regulatory holiday backdown.
What's in the budget for ICT
A look at the new budget and what it means for IT and the internet in New Zealand.
Fibre Watch: Forbearance or for worse
The Government's regulatory holiday flip-flop highlights - once again - how farcical the whole UFB process has become.
Joyce backs down from UFB regulatory holiday - Updated
The regulatory holiday on wholesale prices for UFB will be replaced with contractual mechanisms.
InternetNZ: Major flaws remain in Telco Bill
Kiwi internet watchdog InternetNZ says some improvements in Telco Bill, but major flaws remain.
Joyce accepts ComCom's broadband recommendation
Ministry accepts Commerce Commission recommendations on resale regulation of retail broadband and data services.
Fibre Watch: The $600m holiday
As the UFB lawmaking process grinds towards a conclusion, the politicians slug it out over the cost of a decent regulatory holiday.
TelstraClear slashes mobile-to-mobile rates - Updated
TelstraClear announces new mobile-to-mobile calling rates for Kiwis.
Telecom lowers capex estimates
Telecom CEO revises full year capex estimates in Q3 trading update