Wireless broadband stories
Cloud4Wi increases involvement with Wireless Broadband Alliance
Cloud4Wi has increased its involvement with the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) by upgrading its membership level from Implementer to Principal Member.
Cradlepoint releases industry’s first 5G enterprise router
Cradlepoint expands 5G product portfolio with industry's first enterprise-class router for primary, failover, or SD-WAN use cases.
Spark expands uncapped wireless broadband to another half-a-million New Zealanders
Spark expands uncapped wireless broadband to half-a-million more New Zealanders, bringing total to 1.2 million addresses.
nbn sets world record for long-range 5G transmission
Achieved a stable 5G mmWave transmission of close to 1Gbps at 7.3km, double the distance recorded three months ago, and a new record globally.
Spark removes data caps on wireless broadband
Spark New Zealand offers uncapped wireless broadband for free, removing data caps on its Unplan Metro service.
D-Link ANZ extends COVR Wi-Fi Certified EasyMesh System
Adding these new options now allows the extension of the COVR Wi-Fi network to cover any home or home office with D-Link’s mesh Wi-Fi solution.
D-Link Launches the DWL-7620AP Wireless Access Point
D-Link unveils DWL-7620AP Wireless AP, enhancing Wi-Fi for businesses with 2.2Gbps and Tri-Band tech.
D-Link ANZ launches new unified wireless PoE access point
The DWL-7620AP supposedly leverages the full potential of 802.11ac Wave 2 to provide connectivity with combined data rates.
Record-breaking data usage over school holidays
Rather than pulling their hair out thinking of potential activities, it would appear Kiwi parents are turning to the internet to entertain their little ones.
Cambium Networks releases ePMP fixed wireless broadband solutions
New ePMP solutions from Cambium enhance wireless broadband connectivity.
Former Internet Australia CEO weighs in on FTTC rollout
NBN Co rolls out new Fibre-to-the-Curb tech amidst customer complaints & a CEO departure.
Million dollar investment speeds up Hawke’s Bay rural broadband
Taylor Broadband and WASP Broadband are merging to create one of New Zealand's largest rural internet providers. #broadband #technology.
4.5G might become irrelevant faster than you think: Apple granted license to test 5G networks
Apple accelerates into the 5G future with a licence to test cutting-edge networks, potentially leaving 4.5G in the dust.
The huge digital divide: 68% of Asia-Pacific residents still not connected to net
The huge extent of the global digital divide has been uncovered, showing that 57% of the world's urban population are unconnected to the internet.
Spark network provides new IoT wireless solution for farmers
Increasingly, technology is having a bigger part to play in one or our country’s biggest earning industries - and for good reason.
Cambium Networks announces new wireless broadband platform
Next-gen of ePMP platform enables wireless internet service providers to provide wireless broadband connectivity in areas with high interference.
One class school gets early connection to Wi-Fi
Remote West Coast school Barrytown now has wireless internet access in its classrooms as the Ministry of Education stepped in ahead of UFB update.
Rural New Zealanders keeping pace with Spark's wireless broadband
Rural Kiwis revel in Spark's new wireless broadband, embracing fast 4G internet for work and leisure, leaving slow speeds behind.
MIMP hops ahead of NBN for Kangaroo Island broadband
MIMP has beaten the NBN to the punch in providing high-speed broadband services for Kangaroo Island, ousting Telstra in the process.
Xirrus launched SaaS solution for complete control over Wi-Fi
Xirrus launches EasyPass, a suite of services that simplifies device onboarding to Wi-Fi networks, requiring fewer steps.
Delay digital dividend decision InternetNZ
InternetNZ urges delay in 700MHz band decisions to align NZ with international tech direction, advocating for future-proof strategy.
Kiwi firm deploys Israeli technology
EOL plans wireless expansion with technology that eliminates the need for towers.
Fibre favoured in $300m rural bb plan
Fibre is the favoured technology in the government's rural<br />broadband plan, but wireless broadband will be considered if it can achieve<br />10Mbps to remote schools.
Landcorp ditches satellite
Landcorp ditches satellite service for Araneo wireless broadband, improving communication between farmers and central office.