Aussie companies reach 100,000th broadband customers

Aussie companies reach 100,000th broadband customers

By Nadia CameronARNnetFollowing hot on the heels of competitor Optus Mobility Pty Ltd., Telstra Corp. Ltd. has announced it has...

May 29th, 2003 No Author

BT to make broadband available across UK

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...

April 7th, 2003 Gillian Law

ISPA lodges anti-competitive complaint with Icasa

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...

March 27th, 2003 Computing SA staff

One million signed up for broadband in the UK

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...

October 10th, 2002 Wendy Brewer

New ADSL routers enter tough market

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...

April 19th, 2001 Chris Talbot

Catena offers line-card replacement

Catena offers line-card replacement

The folks at DSL equipment start-up Catena Networks Inc. all carry the company slogan, "Everyone Wants Broadband," superimposed against the...

March 22nd, 2001 David Rohde

Companies claim streaming video breakthrough

Companies claim streaming video breakthrough

Digital image processing equipment makers Snell & Wilcox Ltd. and Equator Technologies Inc. have teamed up to develop a streaming-video...

September 7th, 2000 Rick Perera

Video-on-demand to

Video-on-demand to

After almost a decade of fits and starts, it appears Canadian consumers are finally going to see the advent of...

August 24th, 2000 Tim Foran

Bell and CAIP: the saga continues

Bell and CAIP: the saga continues

Bell Canada and the Canadian Association of Internet Providers (CAIP) have been butting heads again, this time involving Bell's wholly...

March 25th, 1999 Kimberly Chapman