New Zealand's ambitious Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) project on Thursday announced the network now passes over 76,000 premises, 6,000 more than it originally projected for its first year.
When Telecom New Zealand completes its demerger, a move that will split the incumbent telco into two independent companies selling retail (New Telecom) and wholesale (New Chorus), they'll be
The New Zealand government is making good on its Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB) plan by laying the first section of fiber cable in Hamilton, NZ. Upon completion, the Hamilton deployment which includes Te
The New Zealand government's dream of building a national broadband network are getting underway as it has awarded two utility companies to construct the urban portion of the project. Northpower Ltd
Telecom New Zealand believes the best way to maintain the competitive footing of its Australian subsidiary AAPT is to upgrade its fiber network. Paul Reynolds, Telecom New Zealand's CEO, said the
The New Zealand government has developed an ambitious broadband network plan and incumbent carrier Telecom New Zealand wants a piece of the action. However, the government said that service providers