An announcement on timing of the Digital Dividend spectrum auction is expected early next week, said Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association CEO, Chris Althaus. The auction will reallocate Australia’s 700MHz and 2.5GHz spectrum.
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Macquarie Telecom has announced plans to open a $60 million data centre in Macquarie Park.
Telstra has successfully trialed using DNS poisoning to prevent botnets on the BigPond network, Telstra principal domain expert, Barrie Hall, said at an [[artnid: 427605|Internet Industry Association event to review iCode]]. The company detected an alarming number of infections, he said.
The Internet industry seeks to update its voluntary cybersecurity best practices, iCode, to better reflect technological trends and also improve education and messaging to Internet users, industry officials said at an Internet Industry Association (IIA) event in Sydney.
Cisco data about future Internet usage cited by NBN Co to justify its national broadband build fails to consider the impact of price, said Intelligent Business Research Services (IBRS) analyst, Guy Cranswick.
RIM and Microsoft have joined a growing number of ICT companies committed to fighting tech crimes against children, according to the Australian Federal Police (AFP).
A similar geographic challenge but different market structure made the National Broadband Network (NBN) approach unworkable for the U.S., say Australian and American policy makers.
Vodafone announced new plans allowing small businesses to share voice and data among employees.
NBN Co said a new Cisco study showing a seven-fold increase in Internet traffic by 2016 proves the urgency of deploying the NBN.
A new Telstra prepaid mobile broadband plan offers more data but still costs more per GB than competitors.
Australia’s Academic and Research Network turned on access to IPv6-powered videoconferencing services and plans to participate in a IPv6 videoconference tonight on World IPv6 Day, AARNet said.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) soon plans to significantly expand its use of tablet PCs, according to new tender documents released by the national broadcaster.
More than a quarter of Australians illegally stream or download protected intellectual property and 37 per cent have stolen content now or in the past, the Intellectual Property Awareness Foundation said in a new study.