The Google Nexus 7 tablet has been getting a lot of hype. And to be truthful, it may even deserve it. However, for Australians, there are some issues that may make you pause before clicking on the purchase icon. The Hardware Google and it’s hardware partner ASUS have made a great device. Yes it is black with a silver trim, but it is light and slim. The screen is great, and apart from the power [...]
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In a post on the official Internode blog yesterday, CEO Simon Hackett told customers business will remain as usual at least for the mid-term, following the pre-Christmas news that iiNet will acquire the Internet Service Provider (ISP).
iiNet has announced in a somewhat surprise move yesterday that it will acquire South Australian-based Internet Service Provider (ISP) Internode for $105 million, just 3 days before Christmas.
Internode CEO Simon Hackett has confirmed the internet provider will soon begin work on constructing its first Point of Presence (PoP) in Darwin.
iiNet has revealed it’s trialling connections capable of up to 100Gbps inside its core network across Australia.
iiNet has this morning released its pricing and plan information for the National Broadband Network (NBN), which is set to come out of trial phase on mainland Australia during October.
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.
Internode have this afternoon confirmed a number of existing out-of-contract customers will have to be moved onto the company’s newer plans because of a wholesaler “price squeeze”.