Yet Another Slapdown for TPG

Yet Another Slapdown for TPG

This post first appeared on the 13th May 2019 in the Australian telco newsletter CommsDay under the heading “TPG continues to be the whipping boy of policy inconsistency”. TPG became a successful operator through keeping to itself while building its...
Protected: Turnbull’s 5G Sputnik moment

Protected: Turnbull’s 5G Sputnik moment

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No Person is Above the Law

No Person is Above the Law

As the title of this post makes clear what follows is not about the Network Economy and especially not about the need for Deep Fibre Broadband. Readers who aren’t interested in my opinion on mainstream political matters may want to skip this read. The release of...
NBN Co @ Year 10 – time to get serious about breaking it up

NBN Co @ Year 10 – time to get serious about breaking it up

CommsDay, an Australian telco industry newsletter, held its regular conference in Sydney on April 8th and 9th of 2019. This happened to co-incide with the 10 year anniversary of the creation of NBN Co by the Rudd Labor Government in 2009. I was part of group of...
“Basic Infrastructure for a Good Life”

“Basic Infrastructure for a Good Life”

“It [fibre] is basic infrastructure for a good life”. So ends a new book by Susan Crawford, a Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, on the plight of delivering better broadband for Americans. The book “Fiber: The Coming Tech Revolution and Why...

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