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Alcatel Lucent let us down - Telecom CEO
It's taken four outages but Telecom CEO Paul Reynolds has finally come out swinging today at Alcatel Lucent - the company that built and maintains the XT Network.
Telecom’s Chief Transformation Officer resigns
A day after the departure of Alcatel Lucent's NZ CEO yesterday, Telecom has announced its Chief Transformation Office
Frank Mount has resigned.
XT on the blink again
Telecom says customers on its XT network, from Taupo southwards, began experiencing significant interruption to voice services at around 4pm today.
Alcatel Lucent NZ boss resigns, new appointment made
Alcatel Lucent NZ CEO Steve Lowe has resigned and his
replacement Jyoti Mahurkar-Thombre is set to take over the role as head of New
Zealand operations in two weeks.
More XT problems as independent reviewer appointed
continue to plague the XT Network as cellsites are upgraded and Telecom announces
the company that will review the recent outages.
Telcos move into the apps space
The world’s largest telcos have combined to launch an open mobile applications platform, challenging Apple, Nokia and other handset makers for a slice of the burgeoning apps market.
Gen-i boss addresses corporate concerns
Gen-i recorded an improved performance at today’s Telecom briefing for this financial quarter – but that didn’t stop the questions flowing about how the XT outage would affect its clients.
Telecom stumps up $5m for XT compensation
Customers affected by the XT outage last week will be offered free calling, texting and data downloads in a compensation package expected to cost Telecom $5 million.
What to expect in 2010
Predictions from leading figures in New Zealand telecommunicationsThe government’s Ultra Fast Broadband initiative is not going to work in its current format.
XT - What went wrong? How are they fixing it?
The root cause of Wednesday’s crash of the XT network, which continues to affect customers is still unknown, but Telecom has revealed the steps it’s taking to restore service.
We'll partner with Kordia on international cable - SPIN
[UPDATED] The company behind a new international cable linking New Zealand with the Pacific Islands, and onto the US, is hoping to partner with Kordia.
Fair go for rural
Having always played the poor cousin when it comes to Internet technology, rural New Zealand now wants to step out of the shadows and join the global Internet community.
China set to dominate fibre deployments
China will soon dominate fibre to the home deployments (FTTH) and become the global leader in the next two years, according to the FTTH Council Asia Pacific.
Auckland DHB, Gen-i and Alcatel Lucent trial mobile solution
Auckland Hospital is trialling its first mobile telehealth solution, partnering with Gen-i and Alcatel Lucent for a three-month pilot, which began on 1 October.
What’s in a name?
Femtocells are mini cellsites that you install in your living room in order to receive better coverage for your mobile phone when you’re at home.
You be the Judge
At noon on Thursday 7 May in Courtroom 12 at the Auckland High Court, Justice Geoffrey Venning was to rule on the injunction Vodafone had sought to delay the launch of Telecom’s 3G network.
Hiring new grads in a tight labour market
Unemployment levels in New Zealand are at a historic low, with the shortage of skilled workers in the ICT industry particularly acute.
Boosting margins in an economic slump
With the country experiencing the trickle down effects of a slowing global economy, many New Zealand businesses are feeling the pinch.
Melbourne-based consult and integrator, In Systems, is also Australia and New Zealand’s sole distributor of Mu Security products.