Beagle Internet Blog The top dog blog en-au Copyright 2011, Beagle Internet Pty Ltd 2000-08-23T07:00+00:00 Telecommunications, Internet and CSP opinions 1901-01-01T00:00+00:00 1 daily The transformation begins Big news is afoot here at planet Beagle. Our transformation begins tomorrow. Beagle Internet <> 20130127T23:30:07 Uncategorized AFACT judgement results in Pete's retirement It has been almost 4 years, but the legal battle between film and media copyright holders and carriage service provider iiNet has concluded with iiNet victorious. While sanity has prevailed, it has always seemed curious to us that iiNet go Beagle Internet <> 20120420T14:41:34 AFACT, Beagle, Copyright Infringement, iiNet Getting up Australians would be hardly normal Last week, there was a puff of controversy over the ban of an advertisement by environmental activist group GetUp which attacked and lampooned retail giant Harvey Norman. You can read the News Limited article with video here: <a href="http Beagle Internet <> 20110716T12:19:14 Competition One small step for man, six small steps for Beaglekind <div id="_mcePaste">Do you remember when Australia moved from 7-digit to 8-digit telephone numbers? </div><div>Well, the Internet is doing something similar. We're moving from IPv4 to IPv6. That means from moving from 32-bit Internet number Beagle Internet <> 20110420T03:07:56 Beagle, IPv6, Technical ISDN - It Still Delivers Networks ISDN ('integrated services digital network') is a digital telephony standard that was created in the 1980s to cater for the emerging needs of data communication across the telephone network and allowed seamless mixing of voice and data on a Beagle Internet <> 20110417T17:48:54 Beagle, ISDN, NBN The cherries have fallen off the NBN tree We have tried to keep an open mind with NBN and the opportunities the concept brought to fundamentally change the telecommunications industry and introduce real competition. However, the amendments recently passed in Parliament regarding 'c Beagle Internet <> 20110326T12:18:02 Competition, NBN Dialup wherefore art thou? We have thousands of dial-up customers, and one thing they often ask is, what will happen to them when NBN comes? Many of these customers are seniors or pensioners on very tight budgets. Their total telecommunications spend for both home p Beagle Internet <> 20110323T20:56:01 Dialup, NBN NBN's 121 ways to ruin real competition The new national broadband network is effectively built upon the principle of swapping copper for glass and providing consumers with a fiber last mile access tail. However, that access tail needs to connect to the rest of the world, and the Beagle Internet <> 20110322T01:02:10 Competition, NBN, Telstra