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  • David Buckingham new iiNet boss

    iiNet has confirmed David Buckingham as its new CEO. Buckingham had been the acting in the position since November last year and was appointed by the ISP’s board of directors after an extensive worldwide search.

  • iiNet net profit jumps 122 per cent

    iiNet’s $165 million acquisitions of Internode and TransACT have paid off for the ISP, with the acquisitions helping to drive a 122 per cent jump in net profit to $32 million, the company reported.

  • Industry must cooperate to combat illegal downloads: iiNet

    Internet service provider (ISP) iiNet has called for a whole-of-industry discussion to make content more available online, following the High Court’s decision today to grant special leave to appeal by a film and television industry conglomerate, who are suing the ISP for copyright infringement by its customers.

  • iiNet moves to qualm Optus ULL woes

    Eligible Westnet and Netspace customers will be able to churn easily from Optus’ wholesale Unconditioned Local Loop (ULL) network to DSLAMs run by iiNet by the end of the year, according to staff at the Perth-based Internet service provider.

  • Netspace-iiNet deal may never happen: Malone

    iiNet CEO Michael Malone has thrown cold water on speculation that his company’s acquisition of Netspace is a done deal, saying that an agreement with the ISP may not be made this year, if ever.