New Zealand’s largest telco Spark has now enabled 30 sites around the country with 4.5G mobile services with the switching on of three new sites across the North Island town of Taupō.
Telstra has completed the second upgrade of its transmission network by deploying high-capacity next-generation optical transport technology between five Australian cities – Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.
Australia and the national broadband network are the “odd one out” as internationally there is a rapid development of wholesale-only providers who, in general, are building fibre-only networks aimed at the emerging market of the gigabit society, according to telecoms analyst Paul Budde.
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