Ingram Micro & Microsoft launch Australasian not-for-profit initiative
Ingram Micro and Microsoft have kickstarted the IMpact Program, an initiative to digitally empower Australasian NFPs.
Case study: Bringing the digital world to remote Thailand
A new chapter began for Maetoh as broadband and Wi-Fi networks were connected, giving the village access to the entirety of the internet.
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.
Telstra expands regional team through Connected Communities
Telstra is increasing support for customers in regional areas by boosting the number of local experts and community support.
Digital literacy key focus of expert group
Digital literacy in schools is to be the focus of a new 14 member reference group.
Telecom switches on 4G LTE Trial
Telco says trial will go live in parts of Wellington and Auckland today.
Rural Australians to be on par with city dwellers
$1 billion second-generation satellite network to provide signal in isolated areas.
Kiwi firm deploys Israeli technology
EOL plans wireless expansion with technology that eliminates the need for towers.
Kiwi internet usage soars
Eighty percent of New Zealanders now use the internet, and<br />more than a million homes are on a broadband connection, according to latest<br />official statistics.
Fibre in the ground this year
Prime Minister John Key is promising that physical work will<br />have begun on the Government’s Ultra Fast Broadband plan by the end of the<br />year.
Still free for country callers
Toll-free local calling for all New Zealanders – including those who live in rural and remote areas – will remain despite an upheaval in the way it is funded.
Full speed ahead
Satellite Internet users with the ISP Farmside will get double the download speeds on their Rocket Broadband service from this month.