Telecom New Zealand's network infrastructure partner, Chorus, is keeping its wholesale options open during its ongoing rollout of fiber to the premises service by offering a VDSL solution to providers as an interim step.
Telecom New Zealand said on Thursday it will begin offering Ultra-Fast Broadband services directly to consumers, businesses and schools in the country.
Telecom New Zealand on Friday said it will start offering fiber-based broadband services over the government's Ultrafast Broadband (UFB) network to its consumer and business customer base in March.
Amy Adams, New Zealand's ICT minister, on Thursday said that over 100,000 homes, businesses and schools can connect to the government Ultra Fast Broadband network, up from the 76,000 premises it said the network passed in August.
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.
Telecom New Zealand will soon be able to deliver fiber-based broadband services to the Whangarei region Ultra Fast Broadband initiative by signing a wholesale agreement with Northpower Fibre.
Telecom New Zealand has struck a wholesale agreement with Enable to deliver fiber-based services to businesses and consumers in Christchurch. Enable, which is the New Zealand government's Ultrafast
A number of New Zealand's major service providers collectively think that Crown Fibre Holdings (CFH), the group overseeing the government's Ultra-Fast Broadband effort, should be "sidelined or
Telecom New Zealand ( NYSE: NZT ) has begun searching for a new CEO to run the newly restructured telco, looking at both internal and external candidates. The CEO search follows current CEO Paul
Ericsson has been chosen by Chorus, the wholesale arm that will soon be spun out of Telecom New Zealand , to provide fiber cable for its contribution to the country's Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB)