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Hybrid fibre coaxial market to be US$24 billion by 2033: FMI
Market players overspend on research and development to enhance their product portfolio and collaborate with other businesses.
ComCom seeks views on revenue limits, service quality standards for Chorus
The Commerce Commission is seeking feedback on resetting revenue limits for Chorus, New Zealand's largest telecoms infrastructure provider.
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.
Why should businesses care about the PSTN/ISDN switch-off?
Investing in a solution that can support your telecommunication requirements both now and in the future is crucial.
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.
Improvement in communication technology to aid FTTx tester market: FMI
The FTTx tester demand is anticipated to be valued at US$13.9 billion in 2022, forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 7% to US$27.34 billion from 2022 to 2032.
Fibre optic test equipment market to be US$1,779.9 million by 2033: FMI
The fibre optic test equipment market is to be US$923 million in 2023 and is expected to reach US$1,779.9 million by 2033, with a 6.8% CAGR.
Case Study: Optical technologies light the way for agriculture
Guangxi, China's largest producer of dragon fruit, is using network and agricultural technology to boost income and improve farming.
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.
1 million more homes and businesses eligible for fibre now
A million more homes and businesses are now eligible to choose faster and more reliable broadband as Australia's full fibre rollout continues.
Gigaclear appoints Clancy for fibre broadband roll-out
Clancy will manage the installation from Gigaclear's telecoms exchange to customer premises, delivering new connections to households across the county.
Chorus sees spike in business demand for faster fibre connections
Businesses are spending more on super fast, commercial grade, fibre network connections as more of their operations move online.
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.
NZIER and Chorus find economic potential in rural connectivity
Closing rural-urban digital divide in New Zealand could bring economic benefits of NZD$16.5bn over 10 years, says NZIER report commissioned by Chorus.
Superloop completes acquisition of smart building provider
Superloop has completed its acquisition of VostroNet, an infrastructure owner and internet provider with customers such as Queensland University of Technology.
How Assurity took the headaches out of Enable’s ERP upgrade testing
Christchurch-based Enable has enlisted Assurity Consulting to provide automated testing services, reducing upgrade costs and saving time for its ERP software.
Vodafone NZ to rebrand as One New Zealand in early 2023
Vodafone NZ has announced a significant rebrand, with the company announcing it is changing its name to One New Zealand in early 2023.
Chorus posts $959 million 2022 revenue for fibre broadband
Chorus' fibre broadband demand fuels revenue growth of $959m, exceeding its goal of one million fibre connections by December.
Orcon brings faster fibre to Christchurch with Hyperfibre offering
Orcon has today launched the next generation of fibre speeds in Christchurch, bringing its Hyperfibre offering to the city.
Southern Cross Cable launches the SX NEXT cable to connect NZ to the world
New submarine cable launched to enhance connectivity between New Zealand, Australia, and the US, doubling capacity.
Mercury launches broadband and fibre packages for NZ customers
Mercury has officially launched Mercury Broadband, giving its electricity and gas customers the ability to add fibre to their existing Mercury account.