TUANZ CEO urges management of expectations as alternative comms come to the fore.
Study will be a key to closing the information gap, commissioner says.
Government allocates access to spectrum band to boost network.
Price of kit slashed to $199 in nod to importance of communication in disaster events.
Government signs contracts that will in time bring better connections to rural communities.
Canterbury trials indicate there may be a way farms out of reach of fibre can still get up to speed.
A need to replace ageing telecommunications equipment will alter telephone services for many rural households, but only if…
Talk about how improved infrastructure can improve rural connectivity is all very well but what is needed are practical solutions, Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand (TUANZ) chief executive Craig Young says.
While Zoom may have eased some of the tyranny of distance for many New Zealand exporters during the pandemic, they have often also found their ability to capture, grow and expand market share a tough gig. An ex-Fonterra exec and his business partner have developed an online platform aimed to help smaller producers wanting to grow their overseas market.