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Australian broadband news and information
2009-Dec-14
Monday round-up
Govt quiet in NBN debate
ndash; theaustralian.com.au
The federal government has distanced itself from growing controversy over whether its $43 billion fibre-optic national broadband network will deliver Labor's promise of an open, competitive telecommunications market.
2009-Dec-13
Sunday round-up
Infrastructure competition key to broadband price reductions
ndash; itwire.com
The Internet Industry Association (IIA) has released its ninth broadband index saying it shows that competition at the infrastructure level is essential to aggressive broadband pricing.
2009-Dec-11
Friday round-up
A huge rethink for Telstra (reg reqd)
ndash; businessspectator.com.au
NBN chief Mike Quigley has revealed how the relationship between Telstra and the NBN is going to work. His revelations yesterday were stunning, and have changed everything.
LTE should deliver at least 10-24Mbps in Australia
ndash; itwire.com
US telco Verizon Wireless has become the first to give any indication of what bandwidths users on its LTE cellular network should achieve, but thanks to different spectrum allocations, Australian LTE rollouts should deliver rates at least double these, according to Ericsson.
Expect to see wireless broadband offerings getting smarter
ndash; itwire.com
If Australia follows overseas trends mobile operators could soon start offering wireless broadband services with quality of service differentiators.
Leighton #039;s John Holland bags Tasmania NBN deal
ndash; theaustralian.com.au
Leighton Holdings unit John Holland has won a contract to roll out fibre-optic backbone links in Tasmania for its broadband network project.
NBN Co down the wrong path: Cisco
ndash; theaustralian.com.au
Networking experts have discussed concerns that the national broadband network will put the nation on a $43 billion path "back to the future" by returning incumbent telcos to dominant market positions.
Tassie to be the most connected place on the planet
ndash; computerworld.com.au
Tasmania Premier David Bartlett has reiterated the state's aim of becoming the "most connected place on the planet" at the Realising our Broadband Future summit in Sydney.
TNBN Co gives backhaul contract to John Holland
ndash; iTnews
Construction firm John Holland has won the stage one contract to roll out fibre backhaul links connecting the first 10 towns to Tasmanias NBN network.
NBN to generate utility-style returns: Conroy
ndash; iTnews
Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has talked up expected commercial gains from the NBN, claiming they will generate a utility style return on investment.
Quigley backs fibre-based NBN, not wireless
ndash; ARNnet
Fibre-to-the-premise (FTTP) is a better and cheaper alternative for the National Broadband Network (NBN) than a wireless network rollout, according to NBNco CEO, Mike Quigley.
Telstra extends fixed-line broadband footprint
ndash; naroomanewsonline.com.au
Telstra now has 58 exchanges delivering ADSL2+ high-speed broadband services to customers across ACT and south east NSW.
NBN news in time for Xmas
ndash; theaustralian.com.au
The federal government has confirmed it will announce before Christmas major progress in its behind-closed-doors negotiations with Telstra and how the telco will help deliver the $43 billion national broadband network.
2009-Dec-10
Thursday round-up
Broadband future: Father of the Internet praises NBN
ndash; computerworld.com.au
Vint Cerf, Vice-President and Chief Internet Evangelist at Google and widely regarded as the father of the Internet, has labelled the NBN rollout and telecommunications reform stunning and impressive.
Broadband deal with Telstra 'on track'
ndash; ninemsn.com.au
The federal government and Telstra will be well on the way to a broadband deal by Christmas, but final agreement will take another two years.
Quigley: NBN should be wired, not wireless
ndash; computerworld.com.au
Fibre to the home will be the only way to deliver high end applications such as complete remote computing and full 3D virtual collaboration in Australia, according to NBN Co cheif, Mike Quigley.
Internet Industry to take another swipe at mandatory filtering?
ndash; itwire.com
The Internet Industry Association could be set to launch another attack on the Government's mandatory filtering plans, with the release of a major research study next week.
NBN: we'll keep it minimal, says Quigley
ndash; itwire.com
NBN Co executive chairman, Mike Quigley, addressing the National Broadband Forum today has provided his most detailed public briefing yet on NBN Co's plans for its FTTP rollout and its plans to deliver increased bandwidths to the remaining 10 percent of the population using satellite as fibre, saying it will aim to deliver a minimal network so as to allow service providers to capture as much as possible of the value.
Quigley flags new satellites for NBN
ndash; itwire.com
NBN Co executive chairman, Mike Quigley, has once again raised the possibility of new satellites being launched to deliver the NBN to the last few percent of Australians beyond the reach of either the FTTP or terrestrial wireless networks.
Wireless won't deliver the bandwidth we need, says Quigley.
ndash; itwire.com
It's been said many times by many eminently qualified experts yet NBN Co executive chairman Mike Quigley felt it necessary to once again counter those who claim that wireless will deliver the bandwidths we need.
2010 tipped as IPv6 watershed year
ndash; computerworld.com.au
2010 has been signposted as a watershed year for the migration to IPv6 by Australian ISPs, governments and enterprises.
Conroy reveals freefall in fibre-to-the-home costs
ndash; iTnews
Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has revealed a bidding war that occurred between builders in a Melbourne greenfields estate over the cost of connecting new homes to an Opticomm fibre network.
NBN Co lifts lid on network design options
ndash; iTnews
NBN Co will attempt to locate its up to 200 points of interconnect in areas where there is contestable backhaul, the companys chief Mike Quigley told a gathering in Sydney.
2009-Dec-9
Wednesday round-up
Lundy lined up for junior minister promotion
ndash; itwire.com
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is considering promoting ACT senator Kate Lundy from the backbench to a Parliamentary Secretary role within the Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy portfolio.
Australian Internet: good, but not good enough?
ndash; itwire.com
Virtual office provider Servcorp International reckons Australia has the fourth best Internet service in the world. But we're still not satisfied.
Optus to expand 3G coverage on CityRail network
ndash; iTnews
Optus plans to expand 3G mobile coverage within Sydney's CityRail network throughout 2010.
Conroy reveals greenfields FTTP draft law under review
ndash; iTnews
Draft legislation to mandate fibre in new housing estates is understood to be circulating the 29 members of the Government's fibre in greenfields reference group.
TransACT brings 100 Mbps to housing units
ndash; iTnews
TransACT has inked an agreement with the ACT Land Development Agency to provide fibre-to-the-premise services to more than 1,800 medium-density home units.
Telstra rejects claim ducts could be 'unusable'
ndash; misaustralia.com
Telstra has rejected claims that its underground duct system, used to convey copper cabling to Australian homes and a desirable asset for the National Broadband Network, could be degraded to the extent that it is unusable.
New shadow comms minister says govt should target the broadband have nots
ndash; commsday.com
New federal shadow communications minister Tony Smith has come out swinging at the National Broadband Network plans.
Everything up for grabs, says Joyce
ndash; ABC Online
New Coalition finance spokesman Barnaby Joyce has declared that all Coalition policies are now up for renegotiation.
2009-Dec-8
Tuesday round-up
Internode: Price, not speed, is the key broadband issue
ndash; ARNnet
Consumers want cheaper, not faster broadband, according to one of Internodes senior staffers.
Conroy gets new shadow: Tony Smith
ndash; ZDNet
Liberal member for Casey, Victoria, Tony Smith has been appointed as the Coalition's new shadow communications minister, but his views are at odds with new shadow finance minister, Nationals senator, Barnaby Joyce.
Internode lifts lid on wholesale internet costs
ndash; iTnews
Internode has revealed it pays around $3100 per megabit in wholesale 3G costs to provide a wireless broadband service to its customers.
Telstra raises ISP ire over BigPond price drops
ndash; iTnews
Telstra has been accused of repeating anti-competitive behaviour from 2004 after again failing to reduce wholesale DSL prices in line with lower BigPond prices announced last week.
NBN Cos request for vendor statements a welcome relief for hammered sector
ndash; commsday.com
The Australian National Broadband Networks request for capability statements from active network vendors is now out 

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