Optus this afternoon launched its new IPTV service, MeTV that is powered by FetchTV. You can read more about it here.
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iiNet has revealed it’s trialling connections capable of up to 100Gbps inside its core network across Australia.
Zendesk yesterday opened its Melbourne office, the first Asia-Pacific head office for the American-based company.
Optus has re-affirmed its emphasis on putting bill management in users hands rather than shaping mobile internet speeds for customers who use more than their monthly data allowance.
Telstra yesterday confirmed enterprise customers now have access to IPv6 addresses over its network, but says support for home customers isn’t available yet.
The Australian Internet Industry Association (IIA) is on the hunt for a new CEO, after its replacement for former CEO Peter Coroneos decided not to take up the role.
Australia’s Internet Industry Association (IIA) has recently added two new ‘family friendly’ internet filters to its approved list for the IIA Family Friendly ISP scheme.
Internode yesterday switched on its first ADSL2+ DSLAM in the Northern Territory, with more expected to go live in the coming months.
iiNet today announced its full-year results, showing growth for the company is well on track, so much so that it’ll soon embark on a share buy-back program that’ll last for 12 months.
Australian internet service provider (ISP) Internode has announced that from this week, all its customers now have the option of being assigned an IPv6 address.