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Christchurch's Enable chief exec to step down
Fuller has led the fibre network provider since its inception in 2007. He will step down between July and September in 2021.
Enable urges Christchurch locals to switch to fibre broadband
“We don’t want to see the 30% of local people not yet on fibre broadband stuck in a crisis - not able to run their businesses, access school learning, connect with family and friends and be entertained at home.”
Enable remains committed to Christchurch during lockdown
"We are a lifeline utility and essential service provider which means our business needs to remain open through this time to serve our community.”
Enable celebrates 100,000th connection as Rugby World Cup nears
Enable, Christchurch's fibre broadband provider, has now connected its 100,000th customer to its network, doubling the number of households and businesses connected to ultra-fast fibre broadband in less than two years.
Enable and TUANZ partner to develop Canterbury’s future tech leaders
FLINT is a national leadership programme run by TUANZ that provides networking development opportunities for the next generation.
ServiceNow awards 'Gold' partner status to Enable
Enable is the first Australian strategic partner to reach the Gold status.
Enable Professional Services wins big at ServiceNow global partner summit
Enable Professional Services has been recognised by ServiceNow with an award for Global Services Partner excellence.
Fibre providers chime in on country's fastest broadband regions
Chorus’ latest survey of the top ten fastest services for broadband has ruffled feathers amongst three of the country’s local fibre companies.
Spark partners with Enable for 'street in a week' in Christchurch
Trials are taking place in parts of Avonhead, Riccarton, Burnside, Russley and Sockburn this week.
YOU’RE INVITED: Enable 2016 – your guide to digital transformation
Digital transformation. It’s certainly a hot phrase at the moment, and for good reason. Businesses that don’t embrace it risk being left behind.
Spark to test high speed Gigabit connections in Christchurch
“We know that data use in NZ is climbing, and gigabit fibre connections will be desirable for those not satisfied by the current fastest connections."
New 1 Gigabit fibre offering good news for NZ
“Faster speeds means people can use the internet in ways that were never possible before, creating more innovation and productivity."
Rolleston leading the pack in UFB adoption
“It’s a fitting accolade that New Zealand’s town of the future should be leading Ultra-Fast Broadband adoption."
Christchurch's fibre love continues as rollout passes halfway
Enable has completed more than 50% of its fibre rollout across Christchurch, with families and small businesses among those taking up the offering.
5G to be a massive business enabler, if regulators allow it
“Fast 5G networks can become a powerful enabler for businesses, but only if regulators allow the frequencies to be used without steep licence fees."
How do you boost your channel sales?
A PRM application might decrease your channel resources and increase the data quality of your partner network.
Kemp Technologies to build channel momentum in ANZ
“We look forward to him further cementing our relationships with existing partners and resellers as well as developing new relationships."
Christchurch's love affair with fibre broadband continues
Christchurch businesses and consumers are jumping onboard with fibre broadband with uptake of 35% in some areas.
Industry experts to discuss Christchurch's digital future
Christchurch is unique in the world, combining the rollout of Ultra-Fast Broadband with the rebuilding of the city following its devastating earthquakes.
Christchurch suburbs hot for fibre says Enable
Rolleston, Burnside and Addington are leading Christchurch's charge to fibre broadband.
Rangiora, Kaiapo now 'enabled'... joins fibre network
Rangiora and Kaiapoi are the latest towns to join the Enable fibre network, with the fibre broadband network operator expecting high uptake from both.
Enable unveils new Christchurch school fibre broadband plans
"Delivering the benefits of fibre broadband in schools has been a significant focus of Enable since the business was first established in 2007."
Kiwi firms stick together during Wellington quake
After the magnitude 6.8 earthquake that shook Wellington a fortnight ago, Enable Business employees were given just enough time to collect their laptops, some personal belongings and their server. By Monday lunchtime they were back in action.
Enable celebrates over 1,000 fibre connections
Connections boosted by nearly 200 homes switching to fibre broadband in recent weeks.