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  • Paul Budde weighs in on Morrow’s departure

    Bill Morrow is leaving NBN Co at perhaps the worst time: just as the 2019 federal election looms, according to prominent telecommunications analyst Paul Budde.

    Written by Byron Connolly04 April 18 16:31
  • Regional NBN contractors sacked

    Around 55 technicians working on the Telstra copper network connecting and maintaining the national broadband network were sacked on the spot on Friday, the CEPU said.

    Written by Byron Connolly11 Aug. 17 17:00
  • NBN rollout hits halfway mark

    NBN Co on Monday said the rollout of the national broadband network had officially passed the halfway point with one in two Australians now able connect to the service.

    Written by Byron Connolly10 July 17 11:15
  • NBN launches second satellite

    ​NBN’s second broadband satellite – Sky Muster II – was launched this morning to provide additional data capacity to the service.

    Written by George Nott06 Oct. 16 12:10
  • NBN scraps Optus HFC in favour of FTTdp

    NBN Co has decided to scrap its plans to use the majority of its Optus’ hybrid-fibre coaxial (HFC) network, opting instead to use fibre-to-the-distribution point (FTTdp) technology for around 700,000 homes and businesses across the country.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien29 Sept. 16 11:39
  • Senator Stephen Conroy resigns

    ​Senator Stephen Conroy has announced his resignation from parliament in a speech tabled last night that named the NBN has his ‘greatest contribution’.

    Written by George Nott16 Sept. 16 10:56
  • ​NBN Co, Nokia in XG-FAST copper trial

    NBN Co and Nokia on Wednesday announced a trial of XG-FAST, the latest generation of broadband access technology operating over existing copper networks.

    Written by Byron Connolly31 Aug. 16 16:06
  • AFP to raid Parliament House over NBN leaks: Conroy

    ​The Australian Federal Police will conduct a raid of offices at Parliament House today as part of an investigation into leaked NBN Co documents, senior Labor shadow minister Stephen Conroy has revealed.

    Written by George Nott24 Aug. 16 09:40
  • NBN Co doubles revenue and end users

    NBN Co has more than doubled its revenue and number of end users in the last year, the company announced today.

    Written by George Nott16 Aug. 16 11:13
  • Conroy demands on air apology from Fifield for AFP raids

    Senator Stephen Conroy demanded an on air apology from Senator Mitch Fifield last night for the AFP's raids on his office. The AFP searched Conroy's office in May in search of the source of a number of internal NBN documents that have been released by Labor.

    Written by George Nott06 July 16 09:42
  • NBN chair's accusations of theft 'unfair'

    Accusations of theft aimed at NBN staff in an opinion piece by NBN chairman Dr Ziggy Switkowski have sparked criticism from an internet user group and the ALP.

    Written by George Nott30 May 16 09:54
  • Dreyfus: Confidence in AFP undermined by NBN leak raids

    Shadow Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus said confidence in the independence of the police had been undermined following a raid last night on the Melbourne office of Labor Senator Stephen Conroy.

    Written by George Nott20 May 16 11:21
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