Optus falls in line


See Article: Optus targets NBN wireless fans and fibre critics Optus are known to be in talks with the Government to get a payout to transfer their customers to the NBN. It looks like the negotiations are nearing a head – it seems like Conroy has asked Krishnapillai, to publically praise the NBN and attempt… View Article

Breathing space for Wireless


See Article: Bold plan: opening 1,000 MHz of federal spectrum to WiFi-style sharing It’s seems once politicians make a decision, they are wedlocked to it, no matter what reasoning or evidence. They appear to prefer to save face. They believe that Fibre to The Home is urgent, despite the higher monthly cost for consumers and… View Article

Government-delayed report reveals major problems


See Article: Consultants, lawyers, contractors: All aboard the NBN gravy train Everyone not wearing rose-coloured glasses with even a basic calculator could see the NBN project was bound for failure. And the incumbant Governments track record only reinforced our feelings. Recently the Senate Committe critisied the Government for not releasing a report in time for… View Article

Is DIDO a game changer?


See Article: Dido tech … could revolutionise wireless broadband I waited a while before posting this, because it does sound amazing at face value. In plain english, a company has claimed to have discovered a way to dramatically improve mobile wireless internet. Rather than a user having to share bandwidth by time slices or frequency… View Article