Open Access stories
A new kind of PC is coming: From personal computer to innovation enabler
Generative AI is transforming personal computers (PCs) from mere consumer technology to platforms for innovation, set to revolutionise the way we live and work.
Blue Wireless joins Connectbase for easier global wireless connectivity
Blue Wireless has joined Connectbase to provide instant pricing and global service availability, enhancing wireless connectivity solutions.
Open Access brings in 5 years of expanding Africa’s Internet ecosystem
One of Africa's largest ICT events, Open Access, is celebrating its fifth year of connecting people and technology to build Africa's Internet ecosystem.
Minister revises Ultra-Fast Broadband tender
Business model made more appealing to pull in extra investment.
Rethink urged on telco regulation
Former deputy chair of UK regulator Ofcom Richard Hooper queries<br />how New Zealand's government agencies will work together as they rethink NZ's telco regulation<br />in the fibre world.
Enable deploys Brocade LAN in Christchurch
Enable Networks has deployed one of New Zealand’s first major metropolitan local area networks (LAN) in Christchurch City in order to offer businesses, schools and health organisations affordable optical fibre connections.
Europe risks a backflip
Users must safeguard competition in network industries as Europe faces threats of monopolies and anti-competitive states.
Moving into a fibre revolution
Telecom and WorldxChange Communications (WxC) claim we are a step closer to a revolution in the way users interact with the cyber-world, as a result of a joint venture between the two organisations to deliver phone and broadband services over an open access fibre network.