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  Telstra Stadium - Telstra Stadium
The 72,393 crowd at the Swans v Collingwood match at Telstra Stadium on 23 August 2003 set a Swans club record and is the largest AFL crowd outside Victoria.
Telstra Stadium will be the Sydney home of the KFC Twenty20 Big Bash tournament this summer.
Telstra Stadium has announced a new tagline by which the Stadium will be known: Australia's Home Ground.
www.telstrastadium.com.au   (538 words)

 Telstra - Disability Services
Telstra is committed to making communication accessible and affordable for all our customers with communication challenges, including older customers and customers with a disability.
Community Initiatives - How Telstra liaises with key consumer groups to develop policies and specialised products, as well as supporting community initiatives for people with a disability.
We now have new big button phones available through our Telstra Disability Equipment Program, making it easier for customers with a disability and older people to stay connected to their family and friends.
www.telstra.com.au /disability/index.htm   (186 words)

  Telstra uncaps ADSL broadband: News - Communications - ZDNet Australia
Telstra could have had it ALL had the idiots running the BigPond division, opened the network up to the full capabilities of ADSL and ADSL2 years ago and at a reasonable price, without double charging for upload as well.
Telstra has restricted the technological availability of a decent Broad Band service for the past 7+ years, for no good reason which is obvious to ANYONE, except those who have an interest in milking the users and restricting a service which could be provided to everyone.
Telstra has always had a leg-up on other providers, yet continues to whine about "unfair" regulation whilst fighting a rearguard action to both frustrate the competition of competitors and preserve inflated pricing on outdated technologies.
www.zdnet.com.au /news/communications/soa/Telstra_uncaps_ADSL_broadband/0,130061791,339272143,00.htm   (2670 words)

  Sydney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Telstra Stadium in Sydney is the venue for the NRL Grand Final.
Track and field events in Stadium Australia (now Telstra Stadium) during the 2000 Summer Olympics.
Sydney's most famous sports grounds include Sydney Olympic Park which includes Telstra Stadium, home to such events as the NRL grand final, the rugby league State of Origin series and most recently the football World Cup qualifier between Australia and Uruguay.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sydney   (4924 words)

 Telstra seeks 'light' approach on media | NEWS.com.au Business   (Site not responding. Last check: )
But Telstra said the conditions placed on the use of the spectrum should not be overly restrictive.
Telstra says IPTV – television-type programs sent via high-speed Internet or mobile phones – should not be licensed like commercial TV and radio but subject to different rules depending on whether it is a subscription service, delivered point-to-point or over the Internet.
Telstra, which owns a half share of the Foxtel pay-TV network, says the list needs to be whittled down to key "iconic" sporting events and commercial TV stations forced to "use it or lose it".
www.news.com.au /business/story/0,,19488015-462,00.html   (436 words)

 Telstra Stadium - Cricket - Key Messages
Given the existing infrastructure available to meet the demands of the cricket market, it would appear this sort of capital expenditure on additional public infrastructure is both unnecessary and unsupportable.
Telstra Stadium was constructed originally in Olympic mode as an oval athletic stadium with a long term design that could accommodate all major Australian sports.
Telstra Stadium presents a real option for NSW against the capacity and facilities of the MCG, in a way that the SCG does not.
www.telstrastadium.com.au /index.aspx?link_id=4.247   (535 words)

 I Am Australian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In October 2003, in conjunction with the sponsorship of the Rugby World Cup, Telstra launched a new campaign centered around the song remixed and performed by Rai Thistlethwayte.
Telstra had bought the rights to the song a number of years before.
In aid of the Farmhand Foundation's Drought Relief Appeal, Telstra released a CD of the Thistlewayte remix that sold for $6.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/I_Am_Australian   (226 words)

 WJLA - PM Criticizes Telstra Execs' Comments   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Telstra, a former monopoly and Australia's largest telecommunications company, has complained that the regulations contained in the legislation to ensure that all customers continue to be treated equitably by a private Telstra are too restrictive and will hamper business growth.
Telstra's new chief executive Sol Trujillo blamed the new regulations in part for a profit downgrade on Monday that triggered a plunge in Telstra stocks to their lowest level in more than two years, wiping 3 billion Australian dollars ($2.3 billion) off the company's value.
Last week, Telstra executive Phil Burgess sparked government anger when he said the company's outlook was so bleak due to excessive and punitive regulation that he would not recommend its shares to his 86-year-old mother.
www.wjla.com /headlines/0905/257777.html   (521 words)

 John Quiggin: Telstra
As well, Telstra is in bed with the Packers and the Murdochs in their joint venture, Foxtel, so we're not going to get a lot of media scrutiny of what the 900 pound gorilla monopoly is going to do the telecommunications sector.
With Telstra fully privatised it will be much less protected from forces wanting to bypass its infrastructure altogether by using wireless, new fibre networks, reticulation through power networks, etc. Smaller providers have a natural advantage in getting into these areas because they are not as huge and bureaucratic as Telstra.
As the incumbent, Telstra has a huge advantage, and there is nothing to stop it using that advantage to beat off new technology competitors, by subsidising its own new technology networks.
www.johnquiggin.com /archives/002015.html   (2955 words)

 Telstra Americas - Telstra Launches Telstra Express Asia
Telstra Express Asia is Telstra's indirect channel solution for connectivity from the US to Hong Kong at aggressively-priced, monthly flat rates with no term commitment.
Telstra Corporation Limited (NYSE: TLS) is Australia's leading domestic and global full service telecommunications provider and the operator of one of the most diversely routed IP backbone networks in the Asia Pacific region.
Telstra owns one of the most technologically advanced global networks, offering an extensive portfolio of state-of-the-art solutions to global customers including voice, mobile, broadband, IP, MPLS and managed services.
www.telstra-usa.com /about_us/latest_news/telstra_asia_express   (731 words)

 Telstra cancels Microsoft IPTV trial - News - Video Software
Telstra had been in discussions with Microsoft to conduct a trial using Redmond's TV IPTV set-top-box software but decided it was premature to move forward.
Telstra, along with roughly a dozen other companies, was part of Microsoft's early adopter program to field test the product and bring it to market.
Though Telstra noted it was attracted to Microsoft's IPTV customer interface, the company is also leaving its options open should it move forward in offering the IPTV service at a later date.
www.cnet.com.au /hometheatre/0,39025963,40055504,00.htm   (1791 words)

 Telstra Stadium - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Telstra Stadium also played host to Australia's historic playoff win over Uruguay in November 2005, a victory which granted Australia FIFA World Cup qualification for only the second time in the country's history.
Australia won this shootout 4-2, and the penalty spot where John Aloisi's spot kick secured victory is to be permanently preserved and publicly displayed to commemorate this occasion [1].
Telstra Stadium with seats arranged in its oval configuration (for Aussie rules and cricket).
voyager.in /Telstra_Stadium   (986 words)

 Telstra ships 400 jobs to India
Australia's IT and telecom major Telstra has decided to shift about 400 landline billing jobs to India, a move criticised by the trade unions in the island.
Telstra had announced it had renewed a "global delivery" contract worth up to $100 million with EDS Australia to manage its landline billing systems with the proviso that it transferred 400 jobs to India over the next 15 months.
EDS spokeswoman said Telstra's wish to streamline services would mean billing services will be provided at EDS offshore in India.
www.rediff.com /money/2004/oct/20bpo2.htm   (413 words)

 WIPO Domain Name Decision: D2000-0003
In relation to element (i), the Complaint contends that the relevant part of the domain name in issue is , and that this is clearly identical with or confusingly similar to the various trademarks for the word which are registered and owned by the Complainant.
Thirdly, the trademark is one of the best known trademarks in Australia, and it is inconceivable that the person or persons behind the Respondent would not be aware of this fact.
Given the Complainant’s numerous trademark registrations for, and its wide reputation in, the word , as evidenced by the facts established in paragraphs 4.2 to 4.5, it is not possible to conceive of a plausible circumstance in which the Respondent could legitimately use the domain name .
www.wipo.int /amc/en/domains/decisions/html/2000/d2000-0003.html   (3482 words)

 TELSTRA CORPORATION LIMITED. (TLS) - ASX Listed Company Information Fact Sheet
Please note: ASX relies on third parties to provide the information contained in the company details table, and therefore is unable to assume any responsibility for the accuracy or timeliness of the information.
Transcript of afternoon presentations at Telstra Investor Da Transcript of morning presentations at Telstra Investor Day
Users of Adobe Acrobat Reader version 6.0.0 may have difficulty accessing PDF announcements.
www.asx.com.au /asx/research/CompanyInfoSearchResults.jsp?searchBy=asxCode&allinfo=on&asxCode=TLS&companyName=&principalActivity=&industryGroup=NO   (351 words)

 FT.com / Companies / Telecoms - Australia to sell its controlling stake in Telstra   (Site not responding. Last check: )
But it remains unclear what Telstra’s operational separation would mean in practice, and no details were outlined in the legislation.
Meanwhile, Telstra has confirmed it is in talks with Brightstar, a Miami-based cell-phone distributor about a reported plan for Brightstar to take control of Telstra’s mobile phone warehouse and distribution business.
Sol Trujillo, Telstra’s chief executive, and his counterpart at Brightstar, Marcelo Claure, both participated in a capital raising earlier this year by a company known as Silk Road Telecommunications.
www.ft.com /cms/s/a9bb8b54-24f6-11da-98dc-00000e2511c8.html   (752 words)

 Telstra blankets Asia with Ethernet service - Network World
Australian ISP Telstra is expanding its presence in Asia with the announcement of wide-area Ethernet services in five countries: Japan, Taiwan, China, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Telstra says it is the first ISP to offer an international Ethernet service in so many cities in Asia.
Telstra is marketing VPLS as an alternative to MPLS, which requires customers to turn over the management of their IP addressing and routing to an ISP.
www.networkworld.com /newsletters/isp/2005/0926isp1.html   (850 words)

 Australia's Telstra H1 profit down 20 pct | Technology, Media & Telecom | Reuters
Telstra said net profit fell to A$1.7 billion ($1.34) in the six months to December from A$2.14 billion.
This was higher than the consensus forecast of A$1.622 billion, according to the average of nine surveyed by Reuters.
Telstra shares have risen 5.8 percent this year after some analysts upgraded the stock, while the broad market has added 5.2 percent.
www.reuters.com /article/technology-media-telco-SP/idUSSYU00171720070214   (452 words)

 Optical Keyhole: Company news
Alcatel to deploy IP network for Telstra in five Australian cities during 2006-7 under $346m project
Australia's Telstra reportedly cancels planned national FTTN project after failure to reach agreement with regulator ACCC
Telstra utilises Global Crossing Fast-Track offering to enable delivery of IP services for business customers across the Americas
opticalkeyhole.com /cosearch.asp?coid=343&coname=Telstra+...+Ltd&subs=0   (116 words)

 Lucent Technologies Announces Successful Completion of Telstra Next Generation Voice Trial   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The users participating in the trial were able to take advantage of advanced telephony features, which were provided by integrating the various network elements into one complete domain.
Telstra is Australia's leading telecommunications and information services company, with one of the best known brands in the country.
Telstra offers a full range of services and compete in all telecommunications markets throughout Australia, providing more than 10.3 million Australian fixed lines and more than 6.5 million mobile services.
www.lucent.com /press/0405/050427.coa.html   (421 words)

 Telstra rolls out global VoIP service - Network World
Telstra, an Australian ISP with extensive operations in the Asia Pacific region, is now offering a global IP VPN voice service designed to reduce corporate rates on international telephone calls.
Telstra's new T-VOIP service is available immediately in 20 U.S. cities and 51 other countries around the globe.
Telstra says T-VOIP will reduce rates for both inter-office calls, where both parties are on-net, as well as off-net calls, where Telstra is able to route the calls via IP to the closest available POP.
www.networkworld.com /newsletters/isp/2005/0411isp1.html   (878 words)

 Urban Dictionary: telstra
I could be enjoying 8mb/1mb but Telstra owns the Equiptment.
Company that was percieved by geeks to make them cool if they voiced their slanderous opinions about it - about 3 years ago.
Urban Dictionary is not appropriate for all audiences.
www.urbandictionary.com /define.php?term=telstra&f=1   (454 words)

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Have you ever wanted to work at events at Telstra Dome, but never knew...
The following Melbourne Victory games are now on sale through the Tick...
Telstra Dome Tours Monday - Friday 11am, 1pm and 3pm
www.telstradome.com.au   (36 words)

 ADSL Plans - ADSL Modems - ADSL Broadband Internet - Telstra BigPond
switch to Telstra online, or call 132 200 for more information.
Customers who do not meet this requirement at any time will be automatically migrated to the equivalent non-full service fixed phone plan.
However, our Help Centre is packed with installation and troubleshooting tips for the commonly used ADSL modems on Telstra's list.
my.bigpond.com /internetplans/broadband/adsl/plans   (1304 words)

 Australia's Telstra has not decided on IPTV provider - Microsoft - Forbes.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
'Telstra is still evaluating its IPTV strategy and has not made any decision about selecting vendors,' Microsoft spokesperson Sarah Wilkinson said in a statement.
The intended partnership could see Telstra and Microsoft offer Australian businesses a new range of wireless technology for fixed and mobile phones and Microsoft smart phones.
Telstra is said to be looking at an IPTV launch in about 18 months.
www.forbes.com /home/feeds/afx/2005/06/23/afx2109640.html   (340 words)

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