OPINION | First South Australia tried wacky internet laws, then Tassie. But we only have more of this to look forward to -- the golden days of the net are drawing to a close.
on 02/23/2010 – Made popular on 02/23/2010
The NBN Company will charge internet service providers a one-off fee of $300 for each connection to its wholesale fibre network in Tasmania, with no monthly access charges due until the middle of next year.
Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: PeopleSurveillance camera vendor Mobotix has appointed Ryan Fairclough as its business development manager for Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia.
Almost a year after the National Broadband Network was officially switched on in Tasmania, the State Government has been forced to concede that no school in the early stage release towns of Scottsdale, Midway Point and Smithton have actually been connected to the next-generation fibre Internet the project will provide.
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Chinese manufacturer Huawei yesterday announced it would create 50 new jobs in South Australia, as part of its commitment to build Vodafone Hutchinson Australia's new network; news that comes as the state's Premier Mike Rann is visiting the company's facilities in China.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: PeopleSystems integrator, BTAS, has appointed an 18-year industry sales veteran as its new sales manager for its southern region encompassing Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania.