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
'Digital parity' is a concept heavily mentioned in the report, which involves calculating the economic benefits that flow from rural households and businesses having parity with urban.
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
Finding itself on a version of Microsoft Dynamics Business Central so aged it was still called NAV, Enable opted for a migration to the renamed and reimagined version in 2021.
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 has continued to generate strong demand, fostering underlying revenue growth totalling $959 million, up by $4 million year-over-year from 2021.
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
The new Southern Cross NEXT fibre cable (SX NEXT) is set to connect Australasia to the US and further enhance connectivity between New Zealand, Australia, and the US.
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.
ComCom finds NZ broadband compares well with Australia
A new report published by the Commerce Commission has found New Zealand's Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) compares well to Australia's National Broadband Network.
Voyager Internet announces new pricing changes to broadband offerings
Voyager Internet is making changes to its residential broadband, voice offerings and pricing in the wake of rising third-party costs and inflation.
Chorus and Nokia launches first trial of 25G PON broadband
Chorus and Nokia have announced the successful demonstration of 25 gigabit per second fibre (Gbps) broadband technology at the Chorus Fibre Lab in Auckland.
Telstra enters into new RSP agreement with Opticomm
Telstra has entered into an RSP agreement with Opticomm (A Uniti Group Limited subsidiary) to provide network fibre services to customers.
ComCom appeals $2.25 million fine in Vodafone FibreX case
The Commerce Commission has filed an appeal in the High Court against a $2.25 million fine imposed on Vodafone NZ for its offending under the Fair Trading Act.
BW Digital completes acquisition of Hawaiki Submarine Cable
BW Digital has completed its full acquisition of Hawaiki Submarine Cable, with all applicable regulatory filings and approvals now received.
New high-performance cable in the works for Asia
A new high-performance submarine cable is being built to enhance connectivity between Hong Kong, China and Southeast Asia.
Chorus enhances West Coast infrastructure for upgraded telecoms
Chorus has announced the completion of a 250km infrastructure project set to provide the West Coast with upgraded and enhanced telecommunications.
Chorus appoints Programmed as new caretaker for NZ sites
Chorus has appointed a new operations and maintenance caretaker for its 2,600 sites across NZ.
Zayo makes waves with world's longest 800G optical wave
Zayo Group has made history with the world's longest 800G optical wave, beating the former world record by 74.5km.
Kiwis are switched on when it comes to telecommunications
The Commerce Commission says New Zealanders know what they want when it comes to telecommunications. They like new technology and the ability to use it flexibly.
Copper cabinet phase out to start for Chorus mid-March
Copper cabinets are soon to be a thing of the past for many Kiwis, with Chorus announcing it will switch off its first copper cabinets in mid-March.