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nbn™ builder prioritises easy premises, because it must work like that

Stop me if you've heard this one: nbn™, builder and operator of Australia's national broadband network (NBN), is being accused of polishing its rollout figures by fast-tracking areas that are easy to service. The news emerged out of a hearing at the Senate Environment and Communications Committee last Friday (the transcript …
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nbn™ puts the acid on Australia's ISPs to speed up its NBN

The chief executive officer of nbn™, the organisation building and operating Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN), has told Senate Estimates that retailers need to pay more attention to their networks in order to avoid disappointing customers. In his opening statement, CEO David Morrow told Australia's Senate that “ …
Simon Sharwood, 28 Feb 2017
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nbn tries to shift the conversation to future copper upgrades

Reg roadtrip In the best possible world, all terrestrial internet connections would use fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP). Everything I've learned over years writing about broadband suggests that a fibre optic network has a longer working life and will scale to greater bandwidth than technologies that rely on existing or new twisted pair copper …
Simon Sharwood, 17 Mar 2016

NBN mulls capacity charge revamp

Along with its quarterly results announcement yesterday, nbnTM has hinted to the industry that its CVC charges could fall again. The connectivity virtual circuit (CVC), currently AU$17.50 per megabit per second, per month, is a large part of the National Broadband Network (NBN) wholesale package that retail service providers ( …
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NBN's good-to-go dates remain confidential

Bill Morrow, CEO of nbnTM, the organisation building Australia's national broadband network (NBN) has sparked a political storm over patch cables. Speaking to a Senate Estimates hearing yesterday, Morrow also said the company's “ready for service” documents – which tells staff and retailers when individual premises can be …
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nbn™ loses chief operating officer Greg Adcock

nbn™, the entity building Australia's national broadband network (NBN), has announced that chief operating officer Greg Adcock has departed the company. nbn™ is not saying why, but says he's staying on in “an advisory role reporting direct to the Chief Executive Officer until his departure.” Adcock was an early Turnbull-era …
Simon Sharwood, 14 Oct 2015
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Bush-first NBN build was back to front says NBN Co CEO

NBN Co CEO Bill Morrow has told a TasICT gathering that the original National Broadband Network (NBN) rollout plan, which prioritised regional areas to receive fibre first, was a mistake. Speaking to the IT industry group TasICT on Monday evening, Morrow added that the rollout schedules announced by the previous government had …
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NBN Co execs: No FTTN product until 2015

NBN Co executives have defended the slow progress of the organisation's fibre-to-the-node rollout, telling a Senate committee it would be “unlikely” for any telco to have a product ready for launch within a year of receiving new policy directions. The statement was made by NBN Co chief customer officer John Simon. Under …
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NBN Co swoops on Vodafone Oz boss

Vodafone Australia head Bill Morrow has been confirmed as the new CEO of NBN Co, as the government seeks to reposition the network project as a fibre-to-the-node rollout promised to deliver “25 Mbps to all Australians” by 2016. Vodafone has in the past been a supporter of the previous government's plans, saying in April 2012 ( …
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Vodafone swaps in new VHA boss, denies sellout rumours

Vodafone has moved to settle its troubled Australian joint venture with Hutchison, Vodafone Hutchison Australia, installing Bill Morrow as CEO while denying rumours that the business is for sale. In addition, Hutchison Whampoa GMD Canning Fok has been named chairman of VHA. The venture has had difficulties in the Australian …
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Customers clobber Clearwire as execs jump ship

American “4G*” wireless carrier Clearwire has been hit with a customer class action over speeds that don’t meet its marketing, and over the weekend, found three new empty offices in the “C-suite” with the departure of its CEO Bill Morrow. Chief commercial officer Mike Sievert, and CIO Kevin Hart, also announced their …

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