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NBN Co pushes back FTTB release date
No retail services until next year.
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NBN Co reveals start date of FTTN trial
Releases new product roadmap.
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Telstra to drive big ADSL users off busy DSLAMs
Creating 'sophisticated network reporting mechanism'.
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NEC marks progress on DSLAM rollout
Leverages Nextgen rollout.
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Internode cuts price of some Telstra services
'Game continues' on wider Telstra talks.
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Huawei to set up Australian board
Reveals 2010 deals with TPG, Primus, AAPT, Powerlink.
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iiNet, Nextep deploy DSLAMs in Geraldton
New backhaul fibre link opens for business.
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Westnet spends $10m on new DSLAMs
Western Australia and NSW regions first to benefit.
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Netspeed buys Canberra ISP Velocity
Readies own DSLAM network.
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US telco supplier claims 100 Mbps on copper
Sweating copper, chasing fibre.
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Internode to offer terabyte plans next week
New Easy Broadband plans revealed.
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Telstra fined $18.5m for exchange access
Kept competitive DSLAM kit out.
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Adam tests exposure to Ericsson DSLAM bug
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Extreme outage for Internode’s Adelaide subscribers
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Internode bolsters Tasmanian ADSL2+ coverage
Customers get free speed upgrade.
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Conroy to ISPs: Keep investing in DSLAMs
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Hobart and Launceston wired for new ADSL2+ service.
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Aussies download 81m gigabytes in a month
Business users show healthy appetite for broadband.
Jul 15 2009 2:37PM
ACCC to extend access to Telstra copper network
The ACCC intends to extend arrangements governing competitor access to Telstra’s copper network for another five years to ensure investment in existing broadband services until the completion of the NBN.
Jun 5 2009 11:12AM
Netspace enters Tassie ADSL2+ market without Basslink deal
Netspace has indicated that it may wait several months after Basslink launches before inking a capacity deal with them, despite taking the punt early by launching ADSL2+ services in Hobart and Launceston.
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