The Gigabit Gap discussion paper lays out the options ahead for NBN and TelSoc President Professor Reg Coutts – a member of the Panel of Experts commissioned by the Rudd Government in 2009 to evaluate the first round of bids for Australia’s upgraded broadband network – will talk through how he and TelSoc see the way forward for the NBN.
(Sydney, June 29th 2020) The new Gigabit Gap report from Huawei Australia and the Telecommunications Association (TelSoc) shows that at its completion this week the $51 billion National Broadband Network (NBN) – costing $4,500 for each connectable premises – still leaves over 70% of Australian homes and businesses unable to access world-class Gigabit (1Gbps/1000Mbps) speeds and with our […]
(Sydney, June 26th 2020) Huawei Australia and the Telecommunications Association (TelSoc) are proud to announce the upcoming launch of their joint discussion paper The Gigabit Gap to be published in association with leading global technology research company OMDIA (formerly known as Ovum) on Monday 29th June at 1100. With some $51 billion spent on the National Broadband Network (NBN) […]
(Sydney, 23rd June 2020) Huawei Australia would like to issue the following media statement from our Chief Corporate Affairs Officer Jeremy Mitchell. “Huawei Australia is extremely disappointed in the comments made by Malcolm Turnbull in the Australian Financial Review this morning attempting to justify his government’s ban on Huawei delivering the world’s best 5G in Australia. “It is […]
The Telecommunications Association [TelSoc] and Huawei invite you to our webinar and launch of our joint discussion paper ‘The Gigabit Gap’ on Monday 29th June at 1100.
Speaking on the latest Let’s Talk Huawei Morning Coffee webinar, Senior Lecturer in International Trade at the University of Adelaide, Mr Simon Lacey said nothing in Australia’s measure to ban Huawei from 5G actually did anything to increase or improve cyber security.