Stories by Nadia Cameron

  • Unwired gives wireless broadband the fix

    A new services deal with Ericsson and the scheduled commercial launch of its fixed wireless high-speed service in June will see start-up ISP, Unwired, plunge into the Australian broadband market.

  • ROI, TCO a must for Linux solutions

    Vendors and solution providers attempting to push open source software into the corporate and enterprise markets should focus on developing a total cost of ownership plan, return on investment and procurement policy for their customers.

  • NetCraft gets vocal with Linux VoIP suite

    Extending the realm of open source software into the communications arena, systems integration and networking solutions vendor NetCraft Australia has developed a new Voice over IP (VoIP) suite based on the Linux operating system.

  • Personal Broadband gets funding boost, new CEO

    Personal Broadband Australia (PBBA) has secured a further $12 million in investment funding from an Australian shareholder to expand its Sydney-based commercial wireless broadband service along the east coast.

  • Channel touts 2005 as year of opportunity

    Consolidation and integration have proved to be the key trends of 2004 but it will be the way the channel utilises these which will provide business opportunities in 2005, industry representatives claim.

  • OzEmail to launch wireless broadband in new year

    Following the commercial release of Personal Broadband's wholesale iBurst wireless broadband product this week, ISP OzEmail has revealed it is putting the finishing touches on its own iBurst service, with plans to launch a product in the new year.

  • ACA gives carriers the thumbs up

    Telephony service providers have significantly bettered the amount of time they take to improve service performance faults over the past quarter, according to the latest ACA carrier performance report.

  • SecureTel, Mobile Broadband gets wireless 'iBurst'

    The long-awaited commercial launch of Personal Broadband Australia’s (PBBA) iBurst wireless service has been announced, with newly signed wholesale distributor ISP SecureTel and broadband reseller Mobile Broadband releasing new iBurst products this week.

  • HDS, QLogic extend storage pact

    Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) has announced a new global relationship with QLogic which will allow HDS to resell the storage vendor’s 2GB SANblade host bus adapters (HBA).

  • Report: IT&T jobs online remain steady

    The number of jobs posted online for IT and telecommunications professionals nationally has remained consistent for the second month in a row, according to a new monthly report.

  • Telstra offers 'unlimited' broadband

    Telstra BigPond has taken the plunge and placed itself amongst the ranks of unlimited broadband providers, launching its first unlimited download plans across a selection of its ADSL and cable broadband services.