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Aussie companies reach 100,000th broadband customers

Following hot on the heels of competitor Optus Mobility Pty Ltd., Telstra Corp. Ltd. has announced it has signed up its 100,000th cable broadband customer to the BigPond network.

BT to make broadband available across UK

British Telecommunications PLC (BT) plans to make its (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) broadband service available to 90 per cent of U.K. homes by the third quarter. It also plans to cut fees for the service, slashing wholesale prices by up to 52 per cent, it said Thursday.

ISPA lodges anti-competitive complaint with Icasa

The Internet Service Providers' Association (ISPA) has lodged a complaint with the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) regarding a number of unfair and anti-competitive business practices undertaken by Telkom South Africa Ltd.

One million signed up for broadband in the UK

The Department of Trade and Industry yesterday announced Britain had reached a major landmark in broadband rollout, with one million users now signed up.

New ADSL routers enter tough market

Allied Telesyn International of Bothell, Wash., launched the two newest products in its AR200 family of routers in March, targeting the remote location and self-office/home office (SOHO) ADSL markets.

Catena offers line-card replacement

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Companies claim streaming video breakthrough

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