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On-The-Water Anarchy To Broadcast Action From Race Village And Start

On-The-Water Anarchy To Broadcast Action From Race Village And Start

THE start of the VELUX 5 OCEANS is set to be one of the biggest sporting spectacles of the year. But don't worry if you can't make it to La Rochelle for the race start tomorrow - you can now watch all the action streamed live over the internet.

Island Of Nauru Connects To The World With Launch Of Digicel Wimax Broadband

Island Of Nauru Connects To The World With Launch Of Digicel Wimax Broadband

Digicel invests in WiMAX broadband network to bring fast, affordable internet access to Nauruans

Pacifecon Analysis Of Top-End Building & Construction

Pacifecon Analysis Of Top-End Building & Construction

During September 2010 there were 101 projects over $5.0 mill in individual construction value at all stages in New Zealand: 23 new, 35 out to tender and 43 ready to commence. Of the total figure, 48 were in the private sector, 51 Government-funded and 2 public private partnerships.

Comcom Decision Applauded

Comcom Decision Applauded

The Commerce Commission's sub-loop extension service decision (released today) is a fantastic outcome.

It helps restore investment incentives and will lead to increased competition - which is vital for New Zealand's broadband landscape until we see the ultra-fast broadband roll-out.

Minister Approves Telecoms Revised Plan

Minister Approves Telecoms Revised Plan

Telecom has today received confirmation that Steven Joyce, Minister for Telecommunications, has approved variations to Telecom's Undertakings on Operational Separation.

Joyce: Change To Telecom's Operational Separation Undertakings

Joyce: Change To Telecom's Operational Separation Undertakings

Communications and Information Technology Minister Steven Joyce has approved a variation to Telecom's operational separation undertakings, which came into force in March 2008.

Unisonfibre Selects Alcatel-Lucent For Ultra-fast Fibre Roll-out

Unisonfibre Selects Alcatel-Lucent For Ultra-fast Fibre Roll-out

New Zealand, October 12, 2010 UnisonFibre and Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) today announced that UnisonFibre has selected Alcatel-Lucent's IP/MPLS (Multi Protocol Label Switching) solution to deliver ultra-fast fibre-optic broadband services to Hawke's Bay, Rotorua and Taupo.

"New Internet" Message Not Getting Through To Business Managers - Survey

"New Internet" Message Not Getting Through To Business Managers - Survey

InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) and the New Zealand IPv6 Task Force are concerned that the message about adopting the new Internet Protocol, IPv6, is still not getting through to leading enterprise managers in New Zealand (survey shows 71% unaware) , although there is increased understandin

Southern Cross Services Extended To 2025

Southern Cross Services Extended To 2025

Southern Cross Cables will now provide service on its fully diverse and protected undersea cable network until at least November 2025, Ross Pfeffer, Director Sales and Marketing announced today.

Fibre Pilots Important Step Forward For UFB And Rural Broadband

Fibre Pilots Important Step Forward For UFB And Rural Broadband

InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) congratulates the Government on its decision to test nationwide fibre deployment standards through a series of pilot projects.

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