Preliminary multibillion deal would nix copper lines and shift the carrier's telephone and broadband customers onto the fiber National Broadband Network.
Australia's dead-heat election over the weekend has left the early-stage roll-out of a nationwide fiber-optic network in a bind.
The company gripes to the Australian parliamentary intelligence committee that it was banned from the national broadband network project without being told why.
The National Broadband Network tender process gets terminated in favor or the government establishing a public-private fiber-based partnership, to reach 90 percent of citizens.
Australia's CSIRO to unveil breakthrough tech allowing multiple users to upload content at the same time while maintaining a 12Mbps data transfer rate, all over old analog TV aerial.
The Chinese giant is opening up its hardware and software in a transparency push in Australia, after it was previously barred from competing for government contracts in the country.
While the U.S. Congress warms up a probe of its ties to the Chinese government, Huawei agrees to lavish the U.K. with cash, to general acclamation.
The Chinese telecommunications company has issued a report pledging to never cooperate with spying or espionage and refuting claims that it may have links to the Chinese government.
Networking vendor denies that it has links to the China's government that could cause security problems for Australia's future National Broadband Network.
Sol Trujillo, an American and the former CEO of US West, will leave Australia's largest telecommunications company after four years on the job.