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Posted On : Jan 13, 2020

The Department of Human Services may face competition in its claim to the biggest IT project in town, after the Department of Defence revealed it is also embarking on a systems overhaul likely to cost in excess of $1 billion.All eyes were on the DHS last year as it finally secured funding for the long-overdue overhaul of its mainframe-based welfare payments system, expected to cost the government between $1 billion and $1.5 billion. It kicked off its first round of procurement in September.But just days before Christmas, the Department of Defence snuck out a detailed market briefing that revealed cost estimates for its own ERP update – dubbed ‘Defence INSIGHT’ – put it past the billion-dollar mark, with the full plan likely to take eight years to complete.Project Insight will see Defence’s CIO Group (CIOG) replace or integrate roughly 600 of its applications, more than 90 percent of which it expects to get rid of altogether.The ambitious scheme will combat a sprawling IT environment and is set to take in corporate functions as far and wide as finance, logistics, procurement, estate, engineering and maintenance.Insight will not, however, address Defence’s PM Keys or PeopleSoft HR and payroll systems, or any of its document management or e-health systems.CIOG has already signed an $86 million deal with SAP that will keep it in licences until 2020.SAP’s Defense Force & Public Security (DFPS) solution will form the foundation of the new ERP suite.In early 2016 Defence intends to commence an approach to market to find two systems integrators that will take on a single tranche of the mammoth job each.The first tranche will cover the foundational DFPS implementation, some of which will be driven by the HANA in-memory processing platform, plus integration with PeopleSoft and financials.A second tranche will cover the remaining program modules, from procurement...


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Posted On : Jan 13, 2020

NBN Co has signed a $400 million deal with Arris Group to upgrade Telstra and Optus' hybrid-fibre coaxial networks for use as part of the national broadband network. The company today confirmed Arris had been appointed as the supplier for the key HFC deal, beating rival telecommunications equipment vendor Cisco.Under the agreement, Arris will install new cable modem termination systems (CMTS) and replace retransmission gear in 230 exchanges over the next three years. NBN Co bought the HFC networks from Telstra and Optus late last year as part of its revised approach to the national broadband network.Read more: http://www.itnews.com.au/news/nbn-co-signs-400m-hfc-deal-with-arris-400798#ixzz46EiOeC92


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Posted On : Jan 13, 2020

Telstra has won a $1.6 billion contract to help build out and upgrade its hybrid-fibre coaxial (HFC) network for the NBN. The deal comes on top of $11 billion definitive agreements already signed between Telstra and the national network builder, which were renegotiated in late 2014 to include Telstra's HFC network. The telco today said that under the deal - expected to run until 2020 - Telstra would deliver all design, program management, construction management and scheduling activities within its HFC footprint across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Perth and Adelaide. The bulk of field construction would be undertaken by NBN build partners, the telco said, while Telstra would deliver in-exchange construction activities and limited upstream in-field construction. Read more: http://www.itnews.com.au/news/telstra-gets-16bn-to-help-deliver-nbns-hfc-rollout-418015#ixzz46EjM3Zl...


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Posted On : Jan 13, 2020

The federal government is relying on limited and dated evidence to justify new rules that would set “quality” standards for telecommunications infrastructure deployed in new housing estates.iTnews revealed in February that the government wants to prevent “poor quality networks” being rolled out by small private operators in new housing estates. New home owners should expect a good network connection from day one, the government argued. It wants to protect NBN – and taxpayers – from the cost of overbuilding substandard pockets of internet infrastructure.However, to date it has presented no evidence the problem is either current or widespread.Read more: http://www.itnews.com.au/news/revealed-why-the-govt-is-pushing-for-telco-network-quality-rules-41839...


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Posted On : Jan 13, 2020

A Labor government would return two million Australian homes and business to fibre-to-the-premises technology and phase out fibre-to-the-node under its $57 billion national broadband network.Opposition leader Bill Shorten today said his party would not increase the government's equity cap of $29.5 billion, but would cap the total funding of the project - the remainer of which is to come from the private sector - at $57 billion.NBN Co revealed last August that its construction costs would blow out past the expected $41 billion price tag to between $46 billion and $56 billion.


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Posted On : Jan 13, 2020

Today we got 7 talents again for delivering NBN HFC technology.NBN Co-signs $400m HFC deal with ArrisNBN Co has signed a $400 million deal with Arris Group to upgrade Telstra and Optus' hybrid-fibre coaxial networks for use as part of the national broadband network.The company confirmed Arris had been appointed as the supplier for the key HFC deal, beating rival telecommunications equipment vendor Cisco.TELEAUS is continuously building resources for taking new challenges for NBN deliver.http://teleaus.com.au/training


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Posted On : Jan 13, 2020

Thanks guys for starting big dream journey with Teleaus Training Academy! Special thanks to Sayidul Morsalin for his great efforts to make FTTx training session successful and for getting excellence!


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Posted On : Jan 13, 2020

This is amazing when we find we are able to do our jobs on time and expectation. There are lots of helping hands around us to make that happen. Sometimes we called them partner, employee, clients and supports as well. This is just a win-win play where we feel proud of that fact. Therefore, we should take care of people who do our jobs. Otherwise we will find no one to help us.We should take care of people!


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Posted On : Jan 13, 2020

NBN Co expects just 24 percent of fibre-to-the-node lines will be capable of wholesale speeds of 100Mbps or more by the end of the rollout in 2020.The figure is the lowest for any access technology apart from satellite, with even the fixed wireless network expected to be able to support 100Mbps or more speeds in at least half of all cases. The whole-of-network FTTN number presents a vastly different picture of fibre-to-the-node compared to its launch back in September 2015.NBN Co’s chief architect at the time, Tony Cross, said the company’s “FTTN end-user trials have been hugely encouraging in showing that FTTN can deliver great speeds to Australians, with most end-users on the trial getting wholesale speeds of 100Mbps (download) and 40Mbps (upload)".But hopes of extrapolating the “most end-users” trial result across the production network had hit a snag by mid last year, when it was revealed only 32 percent of FTTN lines could support downlink speeds in excess of 75Mbps.New figures released late last week show this dwindling further to 24 percent for downlink speeds in excess of 100Mbps.This figure has not previously been made available.NBN Co does not specify just how far above 100Mbps some of these FTTN lines are capable of going.However, the 24 percent figure is based only on the part of the connection that NBN Co has control over; it “does not account for constraints imposed by RSP or purchased CVC capacity” or “for constraints imposed by end user premises equipment or in-home network”.Those factors have caused their own problems: NBN boss Bill Morrow last year said up to 75 percent of FTTN users that paid for 50Mbps or 100Mbps retail services never saw that “absolute” topline speed - though he claimed they may not be far enough off it to care.Other fixed fares betterComparing...


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Posted On : Jan 13, 2020

If you’re looking for the right advice for your IT and telecommunications systems, the Telesus team is here to help. We’re a leading information & communications engineering solutions and services provider, specializing in IT services, telecommunications consulting and business solutions that deliver real results. Enjoy minimal downtime with Teleaus. Learn more https://lnkd.in/gtznAgS


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Posted On : Jan 13, 2020

Everyone has the same expectation to know the nbn network, how to deliver design and to get a level of confidence from the hiring manager so that they can get job quickly. Moreover, we always try our best to help with the project delivery understanding though we are not happy with the duration of training to cover many contents, but still candidates have 4 weeks’ time to practice and review the works with us. Among 7 candidates most of them are from outside of NSW, they are mostly from SA/WA and VIC. Knowing this we are bit excited to see TELEAUS is really helping to build expert resources across Australia to deliver nbn/Telstra projects. Moving forward we wish to find more efficient way to help people. To know us and advise us please visit teleaus.com. Cheers


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Posted On : Jan 13, 2020

This is our pleasure to let everyone know that TELEAUS is making the difference by building resources to deliver nbn Business on Demand. This really is an excellent opportunity for the candidates to obtain hands on expertise on nbn Fibre design rules, tools and platforms. Moreover, TELEAUS trainings are now recognised in Australian market as a unique approach of providing nbn Design Delivery training. This helps a lot for those candidates who want to get job quickly.We are here to help. 


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