Broadband infrastructure company, Chorus, has taken the next two steps in the broadband pricing review, both applying to the Commerce Commission for a final pricing principle (FPP) review of its initial pricing decision, and filing for a High Court appeal of the same decision.
Frost and Sullivan has predicted next year to be a transformational year, where many ICT vendors will struggle to grow or even maintain market share.
Broadband infrastructure company, Chorus, has elected to withdraw its 2014 financial year dividend guidance of $0.255 per share.
Telecom NZ's 4G network will go live overnight tonight in parts of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Telecom NZ has announced that its 4G mobile network will go live overnight tonight in parts of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Broadband infrastructure company, Chorus, claims the Commerce Commission’s final decision regarding the pricing for its copper broadband service will render it unable to borrow the sum it requires to make up to a $3 billion investment in ultra-fast broadband (UFB).
Telecom has introduced a new range of ‘Ultra+’ plans which are designed to give small business customers unlimited calling and texts, alongside the ability to share a monthly data allowance between employees.
Unified communications firm ShoreTel has recorded first quarter revenue of $84.3m, a 12 per cent increase compared to the previous year.
Aussie Cloud telco company Stratatel's acquisition of JCurve has been given the tick by shareholders to go ahead with the merger.
Two years in a row now, Whanganui has been selected as one of the world’s Smart 21 communities, by the Intelligent Community Forum.
Broadband infrastructure company, Chorus, has proposed two new Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) products which it aims to bring to market by January 1 following an industry consultation period.
One of the major obstacles for delivering faster Internet to the home is the sheer amount of work and money it takes to lay the cable. Now, researchers are coming up with a workaround that transmits the data wirelessly.
As growth slows and average revenue per user (ARPU) continues to decline over the next five years, mobile operators will need to prioritise innovation in services, tariffs, business models, network operations, and partnerships as revenue-generating strategies, according to Ovum.
Telecommunications company, Gen-i, has become the first New Zealand-based ICT provider to have its information security assured to the ISAE 3402 standard following an independent assessment by Ernst and Young.
Google Reader has had plenty of company going to the grave this year
Here’s an alphabetic sampling of products; prices as of October 10, 2013, based on data from Google Shopping and Amazon.
Indian communications heavyweight Tata has enlisted Arkadin to help launch its new video conferencing service to cater for an explosion of demand in A/NZ.
Microsoft has executed the next phase of its business expansion plans, introducing its Surface portfolio to its New Zealand channel via three partners.
Member of the Telecom New Zealand group, Gen-i, has signed a sale and purchase agreement to transfer ownership of its training business Auldhouse to Auldhouse executives Melanie Hobcraft, Leigh Richardson and Craig Jones, through a management buyout.
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