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New Zealanders in line for fibre broadband cost hikes
Consumers who remain loyal to their existing broadband providers are paying significantly higher prices compared to those who regularly switch.
Back on track: Chorus clears nationwide fibre backlogs
Customers hoping to connect to Chorus fibre will no longer face the significant delays experienced in many parts of the country over the past year.
Superloop covers four key tiers of business with new plans
Superloop has announced four new product offerings that provide businesses of all sizes with a more flexible range of tailored fibre plans.
Kacific and Solomon Telekom restore internet services
Kacific Broadband Satellites Group and Solomon Telekom Company Limited (STCL) have collaborated to reinstate essential nationwide internet services.
eStar Online promotes Matthew Brovelli to CEO
Matthew Brovelli has been promoted to CEO of eStar Online, Australasia's largest e-commerce provider, having initially joined as Chief Delivery Officer.
Colt fibre network seamlessly connects London and Paris now
The new fibre-optic cable deployed along the Tunnel provides access to the most fibre-connected data centres between the UK and mainland Europe.
Application and API attacks on the rise - Akamai report
Financial services sector in Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ) experiences a 248% increase in web application and API attacks, reveals Akamai report.
Internet disruptions cost eCommerce retailers millions
Nearly 40% of all eCommerce retailers suffer customer-impacting disruptions, which cost up to $1 million per month.
Healthcare execs employing remote health technologies
The widespread availability of smartphones, personal computers, and internet service has driven the adoption of distance health technologies.
Jamf bolsters student security with web protection now on Chromebook
Jamf's Safe Internet, a content filtering and web security solution, is now available on Chromebook, helping schools protect students from harmful content.
Internet users actively seeking best brands from sea of options
Analysis of the data suggests that people are looking for more purposeful internet use, with a focus on quality over quantity, the researchers state.
GreyNoise Intelligence identifies exploitation threats for 2023
GreyNoise Intelligence unveils its 2022 Mass Exploitation Report, delving deep into threat detection events from the past year.
Noel Leeming first to offer Starlink in New Zealand
Noel Leeming becomes first retailer in New Zealand to offer Starlink broadband internet, with hardware available from late December.
Catchpoint launches IPM capabilities to empower internet resilience
Catchpoint has announced the launch of new Internet Performance Monitoring capabilities designed to help organisations improve internet resilience.
Best broadband, mobile and energy providers of 2022 revealed
Close to 300 senior-level professionals from across New Zealand’s telecommunication and energy sectors came together for the NZ Compare Awards 2022.
Govt paper pushes case for fibre connectivity in rural NZ
Chorus has welcomed the New Zealand Government's release of a new paper that sets out the country's high-level connectivity vision over the next decade.
ComCom announces a much broader next phase of MBNZ
The Commerce Commission has unveiled the next phase of Measuring Broadband New Zealand (MBNZ), widening the programme to cover new technologies.
How Artificial Intelligence will impact the metaverse
What exactly is AI, how does it impact the internet, and how is it going to help transform the world of web3 and the metaverse?.
Spark, Vodafone team up for Aotearoa's Public Safety Network
Spark and Vodafone have announced the establishment of Hourua, a new joint venture that will provide priority cellular services to the Public Safety Network.
Security fears raised about home devices and apps
Smart devices from various non-Chinese companies are found to have hidden loyalty pledges to the Chinese state in their terms and conditions.
WA's $300m international digital super highway turns on
Aussie PM Anthony Albanese has switched on the new $300 million high-speed telecommunications cable directly linking Western Australia to key global markets.
Voyager Internet’s 100 Gigabit network upgrade to provide advanced services nationwide
Voyager Internet is nearing completion on its 100 Gigabit national network upgrade, meeting growing capacity requirements and providing premium level broadband.
Poor mobile coverage most prominent issue for telco services
While overall complaint numbers declined significantly in the period, the proportion of mobile complaints increased to 39.7% of all complaints.
Internet bandwidth rising internationally amidst slower growth pace
Market research from TeleGeography has found that global internet bandwidth has risen by 28% in 2022, now standing at 997 Tbps with a four-year CAGR of 29%.