What’s going on with net neutrality?

You may have been hearing a bit about net neutrality in the news lately and be wondering what it is, what it means for you, and what DTS thinks about it. Putting it really simply, the principle of net neutrality forbids ISPs from speeding up, slowing down, charging more for, or blocking access to any …

Ransomware: you’re probably okay

Though longer than my usual posts, this is just a quick overview of the ransomware situation as it currently stands in our neck of the woods. The good news is customers probably have nothing to worry about but you should take steps to make sure that remains the case. Only you can make certain — Steve …

Thank you. You’re in good hands with DTS

  As DTS Managing Director I strive to be ever mindful that without our customers we wouldn’t be here and there’d be no point in what we do. DTS is going from strength to strength in terms of growth and turnover with March and May this year being our best months ever. So I’d like …

Job title madness

Has anyone else come across job title madness lately? It seems we stumble across new, bizarre and bewildering names or acronyms for what people do every day. But what do they all mean and are they all as important as they sound? Okay, I’m a managing director and that makes sense. I manage DTS and …

GIGABIT PER SECOND CONNECTIONS?

What speeds can you really expect with your new 1Gbps circuit? Late last year ISPANZ published a paper briefly outlining their position and what performance you are likely to receive. Please have a look at it, I think they’re right.  — Steve Ritchie. INTERNER SERVICE PROVIDERS ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND PP 002 Issue 1.0 November …

Planet Labs connecting with DTS in NZ

  At DTS we have been lucky enough to secure contracts with some exciting ventures over the years, whether they be film companies, visiting royals, or in this case – the successful launch and delivery of Flock 1, the largest constellation of Earth imaging satellites and the most spacecraft from a single operator to have …

Trans-Tasman WAN Case Study #2

DTS has recently been awarded the contract to provide a large, publicly listed, Australian based company with a trans-Tasman WAN over which they will run a number of business critical services. With Eintelligo Networks, the Australian based networking specialists, providing the CPE and overarching design specifications, DTS has been tasked with providing the layer 2 …

A Test Case – Comparing TelstraClear Cable With DTS’s VDSL

This week we have a guest post from Tim Philips, director of RND Limited and co-founder of Iserve. For over 10 years I had been a TelstraClear customer on their InHome network and up until about 5 months ago I was on their 15 mb p/s down 2 mb p/s up cable modem service. On …