Macquarie Corporate Telecommunications has selected Lucent Technologies to provide ATM technology for a national data network to be rolled out later this year, officials announced yesterday.
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Telstra has been doing its damnedest to keep under wraps developments in its mammoth Data Mode of Operation network upgrade.
Cable & Wireless Optus yesterday shed some light on its plans to attack the Internet market space, but missing from the equation was a package for large organisations and a cable Internet service.
Cable & Wireless Optus yesterday shed some light on its plans to attack the Internet market space, but missing from the equation were large corporations and a cable Internet service.
Systems integrator, PowerLAN and communications specialist, International Networking Solutions (INS) are joining forces to become a national IT services company.
The long-awaited notification of the takeover of Australia's largest Internet service provider, OzEmail, by international telecommunications carrier MCI WorldCom has finally came to pass.
Competing carriers are happy to lobby for cheaper costs for the Universal Service Obligation (USO), but are not willing to take responsibility for the service, a Telstra spokesperson told Computerworld.
The long awaited notification of the takeover of Australia's largest Internet service provider, OzEmail, by international telecommunications carrier MCI WorldCom finally came to pass last night.
The Australian Communications Authority (ACA) expects a final decision on the Universal Service Obligation (USO) will be handed down no later than June 30.
Watch out Singapore, Australia's hot on your tail.
In a unanimous decision by the Telstra board, Ziggy Switkowski has been chosen as new CEO and managing director for the giant telco.
AAPT today begins offering its new per-minute price structure for Internet access.
Telstra's appearance at last week's Senate Committee hearing into the Telecommunications Act and privatisation of the telco giant was less than satisfactory, according to an industry player who attended the meeting.
On July 2, 1997 a fire ripped through Bankstown Civic Centre destroying Council Chambers and first floor and leaving computer systems water soaked and smoke damaged.
In a deal worth $50 million, Nortel Networks is supplying PowerTel with voice switching, network management and remote access equipment for its fibre-optic network in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.