iinet news stories
TPG cracks $1 billion half year revenue with 90% increase in profit
TPG has seen revenue and profit soar following its acquisition of iiNet, recording an 84% increase in revenue and a 90% revenue increase.
Finance, Leasing & Rental
TPG's profits up, refresh ahead for iiNet products
TPG Telecom records its seventh consecutive growth, and alludes to new iiNet product refreshes.
Farewell to iiNet as company is removed from ASX
iiNet will be removed from the ASX at close of trading today, as the company’s $1.56 billion acquisition by TPG Telecom nears completion.
ACCC clears TPG's iiNet takeover
TPG's proposed acquisition of iiNet has cleared another hurdle with the ACCC announcing it won't oppose the deal.
iiNet shareholders approve TPG takeover
iiNet shareholders have voted ‘overwhelmingly’ in favour of TPG’s takeover of the company, clearing another hurdle for the mega-merger.
iiNet wins big with Tasmanian Government deal
iiNet wins deal to provide internet services for Tasmanian Government departments plus 36 non-crown customers including local councils.
IaaS / Serverless Infrastructure
iiNet wins SA Government IaaS deal
iiNet's Internode wins deal to provide infrastructure-as-a-service and backup-as-a-service to SA Government departments.
ACCC seeks industry feedback on proposed iiNet sale
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is seeking industry feedback the potential impact of TPG’s proposed acquisition of iiNet.
Intense heat leads to internet outages in Australia
As reported in The Sydney Morning Herald high temperatures of about 44.4 degrees celcius caused iiNet to shut down some of its systems at its Perth data centre.
iiNet chooses Hawaiki cable for Oz-US fibre capacity
iiNet Limited confirms intention to acquire fibre capacity on the Australia-US segment of the Hawaiki submarine cable system.
Second customer for Pacific Fibre
Australia's second-largest DSL broadband supplier signs up for capacity on new cable.
1 billion phone & tablet chips shipped
ARM second-quarter results show how far market for mobile devices has come.