News and Media for 2006
Internode will boost its network capacity to the US by 40%, using a fully redundant route via Asia, provided by Australia-Japan Cable (AJC).
Internode has purchased additional Cisco core and edge Internet equipment to drive its International network and act as a foundation for delivering ADSL2+ services such as IPTV throughout metro and regional Australia.
Internode has blended ADSL2+ broadband with solar-powered microwave towers to deliver virtually total broadband coverage across SA's largest local government region.
Internode has restored free wireless Web browsing for passengers and staff at Darwin Airport after a previous provider discontinued the service.
Internode plans to increase its Adelaide wireless hotspot coverage, allowing residents, students & visitors to browse the Web for free throughout the CBD.
Internode has invited applicants to trial a breakthrough broadband service that can more than double Australia's top upstream ADSL speeds to as fast as 2.5Mbit per second.
Internode has launched offices in Melbourne and announced two Victoria-based executive appointments citing robust growth for its network in Victoria.
Internode has dramatically accelerated its plans to deploy super-fast ADSL2+ broadband, earmarking nearly 50 extra telephone exchanges.