Research firm IDC says the government has done a good job of balancing everyone’s interests in its telecommunications review discussion document.
IT and communications managed services provider, Gen-i, has opened a new $10.5 million, tier 3 datacentre in Christchurch.
Many larger organisations and government departments are over-provisioning telecommunications services, says a local telecommunications expense control specialist.
The Institute of IT Professionals (IITP) has joined Microsoft and Google in criticising the Telecommunications (Interception and Security) Bill.
Both Telecom and Chorus have thrown their support behind the New Zealand Government’s ambitions to review the policy framework for regulating telco services.
Leading distributor, Ingram Micro, has signed an agreement with Telecom New Zealand, the country's largest telecommunications and IT service provider, to provide third-party logistics and supply chain optimisation services.
New Zealand's largest telecommunications infrastructure company, Chorus, has entered into an agreement for a new $250 million bank facility.
Network for Learning has opened registrations for organisations interested in taking advantage of the N4L network, which will deliver high-speed fibre broadband to New Zealand schools.
Southern Cross Cable Network has completed its 100G expansion across its entire submarine network leveraging Ciena’s 6500 packet-optical platform.
Northland is poised to benefit oith technologically and economically from the signing of a major deal that could see the New Zealand link of a proposed international submarine cable project come ashore in Whangarei.
New Zealanders are woefully slow on Ultra Fast Broadband uptake, according to the world's first connectivity professor, Darl Kolb.
Sprint and AT&T both unveiled new 4G coverage zones today. The realm of 4G wireless networking continues to grow with each passing week, and for business users it has matured from a luxury to a necessity.
The growing importance of customer experience is one way for telcos to win and retain mobile customers, according to a new study by KPMG
Wellington authorities are currently assessing the state of damage after a series of earthquakes, the biggest of which registered 6.5 on the Richter Scale, hit the city on Sunday, July 21.
InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) has announced the official results of this year's InternetNZ Council elections and the appointment of a new InternetNZ Fellow.
Telco providers, Telecom and Chorus, have stated their support of the possible changes to the Telecommunications Service Obligations (TSO), put forward by Communications and IT minster, Amy Adams
Telecommunications wholesaler, reseller and franchisor, Telcoinabox, has exited the New Zealand market.
Countries with a coordinated national strategy for rolling out broadband are making significantly faster progress than those taking a more laissez-faire approach to broadband development, according to a new report.
NZ Reseller News is excited to announce the relaunch of our online brand. The Reseller News site is now run by IDG's team of NZ editors and journalists, backed by IDG's regional and global resources.
The technology to implement Voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) is maturing, but mobile operators won't roll out telephony services in earnest until 2015. At the same time apps like Skype and Fring are growing quickly in popularity, according to Infonetics Research.
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