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  • NBN Co to determine national wholesale pricing in June

    NBN Co will reveal final wholesale pricing on the National Broadband Network (NBN) to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) as part of an undertaking it has planned with the commission in June.

  • NBN must have IPv6 enabled: ISOC-AU

    The National Broadband Network (NBN) must have Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) enabled at a network level, according to the Internet Society of Australia.NBN needs to implement IPv6, says Internet society

  • ISPs a no-show on filter discussion paper

    If the level of industry feedback on the Federal Government’s measures to increase accountability and transparency for Refused Classification (RC) material is anything to go by, then it’s safe to say ISPs have effectively chosen to filter out the exercise as a waste of time.

  • iPrimus CEO to Pacific Fibre: "Good luck and God speed"

    Pacific Fibre's proposed international fibre link between Australia, New Zealand and the US is necessary for both consumers and the ISP industry due to rapidly growing demand for network capacity, iPrimus CEO Ravia Bhatia has argued.

  • Internode ramps up capacity on Southern Cross' US link

    Australian ISP Internode today announced a newly signed agreement with international bandwidth wholesaler, Southern Cross Cable Network. The new agreement will provide an additional 2.5 gigabits per second (Gbps) capacity on Southern Cross' international fibre.

  • Content not king for all ISPs: AAPT

    AAPT has flagged it will keep connectivity rather than content at the core of its business, despite launching 24/7 unlimited ADSL2+ broadband onto the market.

  • Internode appoints a CIO

    ISP Internode has hired technology entrepreneur Frank Falco as its CIO following an 18-month stint on the company’s board.

  • Internode introduces 3G WiFi MiFi router

    Internet service provider (ISP) [[artnid:329896|Internode|new]] has lauched MiFi, a pocket-sized wireless gadget which brings together WiFi and 3G mobile broadband.

  • Internode may be alone for some time in IPv6 trial

    Internode is going it alone in offering a trial of IPv6 services in native mode on its national ADSL network as other large ISPs report they won't be following suit in the near future. Internode recently announced an IPv6 trial across the company's national network and provides concurrent IPv6 and IPv4 PPP access for any router or computer that supports it.