Home / Networking (page 4)


Aussie Broadband draws ACCC ire over absolute claims

Oops Aussie Broadband, that is a paddling. (Picture: ACCC) Regardless of topping the most recent Australian Competitors and Shopper Fee (ACCC) speed-monitoring report, Aussie Broadband has been informed to take away claims its community was “congestion-free”. The ACCC stated on Friday that Aussie Broadband had been selling its community utilizing ...

Read More »

Telstra drops FY19 guidance by AU$300m due to NBN Corporate Plan

Telstra has supplied what it known as “modest” reductions in its FY19 steerage following the discharge of the Nationwide Broadband Community (NBN) Company Plan final week, with anticipated revenue dropping by AU$300 million. In response to Telstra’s revised steerage, as an alternative of revenue being between AU$26.5 billion and AU$28.four ...

Read More »

Vocus makes ASC ready early due to subsea cable outage

(Picture: Vocus Communications) Vocus has introduced making its Australia Singapore Cable (ASC) prepared for service two weeks early, shifting prospects over from the SEA-ME-WE3 (SMW3) subsea cable because of the latter struggling a “main service disruption” between Singapore and Perth. Regardless of the ASC nonetheless being in its closing testing ...

Read More »

Scottish school claims world first for using light-based Li-Fi networking

Scottish schoolchildren are utilizing mild in addition to wi-fi for native space networking. Information is transmitted at excessive speeds utilizing eight LED mild bulbs mounted in classroom ceilings, and picked up by USB dongles plugged into PCs. The Li-Fi Analysis and Improvement Centre on the College of Edinburgh is supporting ...

Read More »

Vocus switches on ASC subsea cable system

(Picture: Vocus Communications) Vocus has introduced switching on its $170 million Australia-Singapore Cable (ASC), with the telecommunications submarine cable system to be prepared for service as of September 14. Till then, Vocus is “finalising its testing part”, based on new CEO Kevin Russell. “The Australia Singapore Cable will present the ...

Read More »

Microsoft says it has delivered on its plan to bring Skype for Business features to Teams

In July at its annual associate convention, Microsoft instructed attendees that its Teams group-chat platform had reached “feature parity” with Skype for Business Online. Right this moment, August 24, Microsoft made that proclamation official, saying it has delivered on its roadmap for bringing Skype for Enterprise On-line options to Groups. ...

Read More »