Commerce Commission takes Telecom NZ to court

Commerce Commission takes Telecom NZ to court

The Commerce Commission is finally taking Telecom New Zealand Ltd. to court for allegedly "deterr(ing) competition in markets involving high-speed...

March 25th, 2004 Paul Brislen

The promise of WiMax revealed at conference

The promise of WiMax revealed at conference

WiMax will not cause Wi-Fi and 3G to become extinct when it becomes available in 2006, and its application in...

March 18th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce

Avoiding telecom bill blues

Avoiding telecom bill blues

Take four carriers. Divide their offerings among the numerous departments you'd find in an organization. Subdivide the offerings into 450...

February 26th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski

Nokia plans new software developer program

Nokia plans new software developer program

After attracting more than a million software developers to create applications for mobile phones, Nokia Corp. plans a new program...

January 22nd, 2004 John Blau

Bell promises IP service on Cisco spend

Bell promises IP service on Cisco spend

Bell Canada plans to buy $200 million-worth of network gear from Cisco Systems Inc. and expand its portfolio of Internet...

January 19th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski

Nortel

Nortel

Nortel Networks' big sale of IP networking equipment to U.S. carrier Verizon Communications is significant in two ways, say industry...

January 7th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski

MTI: Singapore-U.S. trade deal brings ICT opportunities

MTI: Singapore-U.S. trade deal brings ICT opportunities

The free trade agreement signed between Singapore and the U.S. (USSFTA) in May 2003 came into force on Jan. 1,...

January 4th, 2004 David Legard

MTI: Singapore-U.S. trade deal brings ICT opportunities

MTI: Singapore-U.S. trade deal brings ICT opportunities

The free trade agreement signed between Singapore and the U.S. (USSFTA) in May 2003 comes into force on Jan. 1,...

December 30th, 2003 David Legard

Tips for designing a resilient WAN

Tips for designing a resilient WAN

IT executives think a lot about disaster recovery these days. And that's a good thing. As companies continue to consolidate...

November 28th, 2003 Johna Till Johnson