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New Motorway Traffic Technology For Sh1 Wellington

The NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) is all set to use new technology to improve safety, traffic flow and on-road information for Wellington motorway users. New electronic 'Lane Control Signs' on SH1 from the Terrace Tunnel in Wellington city to Ngauranga Gorge will be ready to go next month.

Statement From Paul Reynolds On XT

Statement From Paul Reynolds On XT

Root cause of January 27 outage identified The cause of the recent issues with the XT Network South of Taupo is established and is due to traffic surges in the network overloading the Radio Network Controller in Christchurch.

Businesses Call For Reliable Broadband

Businesses Call For Reliable Broadband

Businesses across the country are struggling with inconsistent, and at times non-existent, broadband services.

Consortium To Provide Fibre Broadband Solution To South

Broadband connectivity in Otago and Southland is due for a major shake up thanks to the formation of a fibre optic consortium aiming to end the traditional copper network monopoly.

Natcom Supports Unlimited Fibre Internet Services For Business

Natcom Supports Unlimited Fibre Internet Services For Business

Managed fibre Internet provider NATCOM, supports a recent announcement by Vector in offering uncapped fibre to Auckland businesses within reach of its network.

CCHL Weathers Downturn Well

CCHL Weathers Downturn Well

The local infrastructure company Christchurch City Holdings Ltd (CCHL) has proved itself resilient to the effects of the global recession in the twelve months to 30 June 2009, according to CCHL's annual report released today.

Enable Networks Reports Significant Revenue Growth

Enable Networks Reports Significant Revenue Growth

Christchurch-based fibre company Enable Networks, recent winners of the Champion Canterbury Business 'Service' Award, has produced revenue growth 170% ahead of budget, thanks to significant customer connections, it reported at its AGM today.

Powerlynk Candidate Proposes Vector Restructuring

A candidate for the Auckland Energy Consumer Trust elections says the power lines company Vector should be restructured to make the most of the government's $1.5 billion ultra-fast broadband initiative.

InternetNZ Comments On Ultra-fast Broadband Initiative

InternetNZ Comments On Ultra-fast Broadband Initiative

Following from a media release earlier today, InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) has now considered the government's Ultra-Fast Broadband Initiative in more detail and provides comment below

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