ComCom announces a much broader next phase of MBNZ
The Commerce Commission has unveiled the next phase of Measuring Broadband New Zealand (MBNZ), widening the programme to cover new technologies.
How Artificial Intelligence will impact the metaverse
What exactly is AI, how does it impact the internet, and how is it going to help transform the world of web3 and the metaverse?
Spark, Vodafone team up for Aotearoa's Public Safety Network
Spark and Vodafone have announced the establishment of Hourua, a new joint venture that will provide priority cellular services to the Public Safety Network.
Security fears raised about home devices and apps
Imagine if you had to pledge loyalty to the Chinese state just to use a bathroom mirror or a lightbulb.
WA's $300m international digital super highway turns on
Aussie PM Anthony Albanese has switched on the new $300 million high-speed telecommunications cable directly linking Western Australia to key global markets.
Voyager Internet’s 100 Gigabit network upgrade to provide advanced services nationwide
The new Layer 2 services provided by Voyager’s upgraded network means Voyager customers can enjoy their own dedicated, high-performance, secure network through point-to-point ethernet connections.
Poor mobile coverage most prominent issue for telco services
While overall complaint numbers declined significantly in the period, the proportion of mobile complaints increased to 39.7% of all complaints.
Internet bandwidth rising internationally amidst slower growth pace
Market research from TeleGeography has found that global internet bandwidth has risen by 28% in 2022, now standing at 997 Tbps with a four-year CAGR of 29%.
Kacific wins big at the World Business Outlook Awards
The Kacific Group has been recognised in the World Business Outlook Awards for providing high-quality broadband services and infrastructure throughout APAC.
Organisations exposing highly sensitive protocols to public internet
More than 60% of organisations expose remote control protocol SSH to the public internet, while 36% of organisations expose the insecure FTP protocol.
BAI Communications to help improve mobile coverage across regional NSW
Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW Paul Toole said regional communities deserve reliable and affordable mobile services.
MyRepublic unveils 'choose the speed you need' mobile plans
Broadband provider MyRepublic has announced the details of its new 'choose the speed you need' mobile plans, designed for New Zealanders.
Claroty's Team82 uncovers two vulnerabilities in FileWave’s MDM system
Claroty’s research arm (Team82) has uncovered and disclosed two critical vulnerabilities in FileWave’s Mobile Device Management (MDM) system.
InternetNZ appoints new chief executive. Will take over in October
InternetNZ has announced the appointment of its new chief executive, with Vivien Maidaborn taking over the role from interim chief Andrew Cushen in October.
Web3, the de-globalised internet & the future of global internet providers
Experts are calling it the end of the internet as we know it. The year of the splinternet is upon us.
Hands-on review: Norton Secure VPN
Norton is obviously serious about your privacy. They have a “No-log” policy, which simply means that they do not track or store any of your on-line activities.
Cloudflare expands ANZ footprint with four new data centres
New data centres in Adelaide, Canberra, Hobart, and Christchurch will bring faster, more reliable, and more secure internet to ANZ.
How partners can participate in the new world of hybrid work
The operational reality for most businesses is now characterised by a new enterprise stack in which the cloud has become the new data centre, SaaS the new application stack, our homes the new office, and the Internet the new enterprise network that connects it all together.
Enable launches free Wi-Fi in Christchurch city centre
Fibre broadband provider, Enable, and the Christchurch City Council have launched their new Christchurch Free Wi-Fi service in the central city.
Singapore found to have the speediest internet rates in the world
New research from BanklessTimes has shown that Singapore has the highest recorded median internet speed in the world at 207.61 MBPS.
Chorus and Nokia launches first trial of 25G PON broadband
Chorus and Nokia have announced the successful demonstration of 25 gigabit per second fibre (Gbps) broadband technology at the Chorus Fibre Lab in Auckland.
Phone, internet complaints increase for first time in five quarters
Phone and internet complaints have increased for the first time in five quarters, according to a new telco report from the Ombudsman.
Wireless Nation, N4L provide 4G network to remote NZ schools
Wireless Nation and Network for Learning (N4L) have rolled out the Rural Connectivity Group’s (RCG) new 4G network to better connect three Chatham Islands schools.
Voyager begins countrywide 100 gigabit network upgrade
Voyager Internet says with recent fibre speed upgrades and ever-increasing data usage the 100G upgrade is needed to provide fast, reliable broadband.