News and Media for 2005
Internode has topped off a record-breaking year by winning national recognition as South Australia's fastest growing technology company.
Internode is beefing up its Tier-1 broadband network to ensure it can deliver video-on-demand services throughout Australia.
Passengers and visitors to Adelaide's new $260 million airport will benefit from an Australian-breakthrough- free wireless Web access from Internode.
National broadband innovator Internode has turned on Sydney's fastest broadband service.
Internode is planning to turn on Australia's fastest commercial broadband services for people in Port Augusta as soon as possible....
Topping a year of business breakthroughs, Internode CEO Simon Hackett has received two personal honours in two weeks, acknowledging his professional contributions to Australia's technology and business arenas.
Internode has beaten its rivals to market again by delivering ADSL2+ broadband services more than 12 months before Telstra's announced kick-off.
National broadband innovator Internode has designed a Voice over Broadband service to meet the needs of small businesses and home users....
National broadband expert Simon Hackett says Australia can deliver high-speed affordable broadband to country towns within a year without having to spend billions on infrastructure.
Internode is overcoming the dearth of international data capacity by using Cisco technology to deploy its own high bandwidth links to the US.
In a national first, Internode today takes a giant leap towards catching up with US through the launch of this country's first ADSL2 broadband services.
The Adelaide Film Festival has announced that national broadband innovator Internode will be the presenting sponsor for its 2005 Adelaide Film Festival.