Canberra-based telecommunications provider, and ActewAGL subsidiary, TransACT, has purchased ActewAGL’s 50 percent interest in local ISP Grapevine, taking its ownership to 100 percent.
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Telecommunications services provider M2 Telecommunications Group (ASX: MTU) has reported a record net profit after tax (NPAT) of $27.6m (up 72 percent on the previous year) and record EBITDA of $48.3m (up 54 percent) on revenues that were five percent up, to $426.8m.
As Android continues to grow its market share on both smartphones and tablets throughout the world, one location where it is enjoying immense success is China. The latest report from Analysys International estimates Android now commands 90 percent of the Chinese market. Analysys’ estimate is based on data from both device sales and ownership.
Canberra’s largest single-campus independent secondary school, Daramalan College, has replaced its ageing local area network infrastructure with a unified campus networking solution based around switches from global network solutions provider, Brocade.
Amcom Telecommunications (ASX: AMM) has reported a 50 percent increase in net profit after tax to $25.9m for the financial year ended 30 June on revenue that was up 38 percent $87.2m. EBITDA was up 30 percent to $20.2m
IT recruitment firm, Finite, has boosted its presence in the government market with the acquisition of Canberra-based specialist IT recruiter, Collective Resources, in a move which Finite says is in line with its strategy to grow and strengthen its existing services to federal government and the Canberra ICT market and to build on its established Canberra business.
Recently listed wholesale telecommunications services provider Vocus Communications (ASX: VOC) has reported a 501 percent increase in net profit and 242 percent increase in revenues for the year to 30 June 2010.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: Home ITSensis is reporting a 23 percent increase in ownership of home computers and a ten fold increase in ownership of tablets by Australians aged 65 and over, in just 12 months.