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  • Internode connects first NBN customer

    After much anticipation, the National Broadband Network (NBN) has had its first user connected through Internet service provider (ISP), Internode.

  • Australian Gamers often hit by DoS attacks

    Irate online gamers including those from the popular World of Warcraft game are taking revenge on rivals by launching cyber attacks to disconnect them, according to Internet Service Provider (ISP) Internode.

  • Internode launches London PoP

    Internode has announced an upgrade to its network with a newly established point of presence (PoP) in London in bid to increasingly globalise its network.

  • Internode revamps business ADSL plans

    Internet Search Provider (ISP), Internode, has announced reworked business ADSL broadband plans, claiming a combination of increased data quotas and reduced prices.

  • Telcos give a tick to NBN ad splash

    Several Internet service providers have backed the Federal Government’s $16 million advertising splash designed to shore-up public support for the National Broadband Network (NBN).

  • Conroy yet to meet Google-backed anti-ISP filter group

    Despite months of lobbying, a Google and iiNet-backed industry group, the Safer Internet Group (SIG), has been unsuccessful in meeting with the communications minister, Stephen Conroy, to discuss their alternative to the Government’s proposed mandatory ISP-filter.

  • Internode last off the mark with NBN Tasmania pricing

    Internode has become the last of the three Internet service providers (ISPs) servicing the [[Artnid:311411|stage one National Broadband Network (NBN) trial sites in Tasmania]] to announce pricing for its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) services.

  • Primus: NBN services to start at $39.95

    Primus Telecom will offer the first fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) services starting at $39.95 per month, as part of the [[Artnid: 311411|stage 1 Tasmania's National Broadband Network (NBN) trial sites in Tasmania]].

  • Updated: ICANN, Verisign place last puzzle pieces in DNSSEC saga

    The industry bodies responsible for the root servers that underpin the Internet have claimed success in implementing its DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) to the last clusters. The deployment is the final step before implementing the security required to prevent DNS cache poisoning attacks on Internet addresses.

  • Blog: AAPT spells out its unlimited message

    We weren't really expecting an outcry from readers when we published our article on Optus' new 'unlimited' naked ADSL2+ plans. A harsh email from Optus' corporate communications team, or a horse's head perhaps, but certainly not a dictionary.

  • Internode overhauls FTTH plans

    Internode has announced price cuts, quota boosts and a doubling of upstream speeds for its Internode Home Fibre services in a bid to increase take up of its fibre offerings.