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  • NBN Co's CEO calls for a study into broadband technologies

    NBN Co’s CEO Mike Quigley has called for a study from the Communications Alliance to decide what is the best technology to use to roll out high-speed broadband across Australia.

    Written by Stephanie McDonald23 Feb. 13 10:00
  • The NBN to help produce A-grade students, study finds

    A new report commissioned by NBN Co has pointed to potential for students to produce higher quality work with the aid of the National Broadband Network (NBN).

    Written by Stephanie McDonald04 Feb. 13 09:54
  • NBN services affected by Qld floods

    The Queensland floods have impacted on National Broadband Network (NBN) services in parts of Queensland and in New South Wales.

    Written by Stephanie McDonald29 Jan. 13 19:03
  • NBN Co pulls in more resources to meet June target

    NBN Co will need to dramatically ramp up construction of the National Broadband Network (NBN) in order to reach its target of passing 286,000 premises by June 2013.

    Written by Stephanie McDonald29 Jan. 13 08:26
  • 9000 premises switched on to the NBN

    Four more areas across Australia can now switch on to the National Broadband Network (NBN), with around 9000 premises now able to sign up for NBN services.

    Written by Stephanie McDonald24 Jan. 13 17:59
  • NBN Co meets 2012 construction target

    NBN Co commenced or completed construction on 758,000 premises by the end of 2012 for the National Broadband Network (NBN).

    Written by Stephanie McDonald11 Jan. 13 11:22
  • NBN Co notches up another win in Tasmania

    NBN Co has notched up another win for its fixed wireless towers in Tasmania, with a development application for a tower in Huon Valley given the go-ahead following an appeal.

    Written by Stephanie McDonald09 Jan. 13 13:29
  • The NBN to make Tasmania a more enticing place to live

    A former NBN Tasmania board member believes the National Broadband Network (NBN) will make Tasmania less isolated from the rest of Australia and may even entice mainland residents to relocate to the state.

    Written by Stephanie McDonald19 Dec. 12 10:14
  • Public dissatisfaction with NBN proposals grow

    A fixed wireless tower in Tasmania for the National Broadband Network (NBN) is in dispute, following the initial approval of the tower by Huon Valley Council.

    Written by Stephanie McDonald23 Nov. 12 13:30
  • ACCC seeks comment on Telstra's NBN migration plan

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is seeking comment on Telstra’s plans to migrate customers from its HFC and copper networks to the National Broadband Network (NBN).

    Written by Stephanie McDonald22 Nov. 12 14:46
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