Apple has just announced a new iPhone. It’s been years since that was an attention-grabbing headline, though that doesn’t seem to discourage the tech industry from pretending this annual event somehow defines an epoch.
Following the release of its first IT Strategy last week, the Victorian Government has announced that it will overhaul its lucrative Telecommunications Purchasing and Management Strategy (TPAMS). TPAMS is the framework whereby the government procures telecommunications and IT services and equipment from eligible providers.
The LNP’s MTM (FttN-HFC) NBN is inferior to the ALP’s FttP NBN, but what about FttDP? What about ‘skinny fibre’? Is that a real thing, and why doesn't it have an acronym? Can we have too many acronyms?
oday I’m going to talk about Transaction Charges and Separate Purchases. These are two seemingly inconsequential items on your phone bill that might be costing your business (or you) quite a lot of money.
CableLabs – a US-based R&D consortium that focusses on cable broadband - have achieved full duplex speeds over a hybrid fibre-coaxial (HFC) cable. In the lab they have achieved a symmetrical connection of 1Gbps, using the DOCSIS 3.1 standard. Why is this exciting for us?
Joining us tonight on Who Wants To Use The NBN? is our carry-over champion, Alan. Thanks to this broadband nirvana we now inhabit, Alan will be joining us via High Definition video link. Good evening, and welcome to the show.
The Australian Consumer and Media Authority (ACMA) has released its 2014-2015 Communications Report. This provides a fascinating and comprehensive annual snapshot of the communications and internet habits of Australia’s population. Don't nod off - it's actually really interesting.