ISPs fudging performance claims in ads? Say it isn't so!
Plans for 2 million FTTP connections in next four years 'not enough'
Updated TITSUP: Total Inability To Support Upset Punters
Seems to be doing a roaring trade
'Aiming for mediocre speeds is such a British attitude'
Research points out that HFC is widely-used and fast, but we knew that already and fibre fanatics don't care
Another power problem, this time at Telehouse North
'Compelling evidence' BT Group 'exploiting... vertical integration'
Interview I need certainty to get on with upgrades, says BT man
And TITSUP Telstra gets to manage them all
Sysadmin Blog Connecting Canada is a slow and political process
Regulator now says dark fibre sufficient
NBN is likely to make the service obsolete. If the clown-show gets it built
Opinion And other telco oligopoly moans... Our resident maple leafer talks to digi rights group
But partnerships not the same as winning new biz – analyst
South Oz government to open up academic network to commercial customers
Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale...
Unemployment is down because of our 10Gb pipeline … and also the new auto factory
If the future happens at 5Mbps, we need fibre to the what exactly why?
'A real kick in the cabinets', moans Virgin Media exec
Latency, capacity, reliability and new network architectures won't be easy to deliver
Several hundred metres of fibre cabling needs to be replaced
Ziggy Switkowski was warned against penning op-ed
All my ex (ISPs) live in Texas
'Not us' says network builder
Telcos to be grilled over 'deceptive' internet services
Cable giant taken to task for crap service
Mobe tech is proven but it's the backhaul that's becoming Blighty's bottleneck
Up 15 per cent, but ISPs are still bottom of list for consumer satisfaction
Indian state wants in on balloon broadband trials
Cable giant loses bid for tax break on gigabit broadband
Sidles up to the enterprise: Psst, want some IP?
Something for the Weekend, Sir? Hoping that the Wi-Fi is better than the app
US broadband watchdog quietly targeted in new proposals
Feds' warrant names the guilty printer
Colvin's Keystone Cops okayed outsider's photos during raid
Confirms target was Labor members, rejects claims the timing of the raids was political
National Broadband Network documents apparently sought as Feds probe leaks
Not even moist? OK. And he's pro-encryption, pro-security
Sysadmin Blog A brief examination of regulatory capture
'CAMELOT!' … 'It's only a model'