Telstra has launched a service for wholesale customers that gives them dedicated access to a wavelength across Telstra's optical fibre backhaul network. It is said to be ideal for ISPs needing to get traffic from their own points of presence to NBN Co's points of interconnect.
According to a new mobile research report, Mobile network operators need to spend almost $840 billion globally over the next five years in order to address serious bottlenecks in their backhaul networks. The report claims that the massive investment needs to be made if operators are to meet the increasing demands of mobile broadband users.
International fibre optic infrastructure provider i3 Group - best known for its FTTH technology that runs the fibre through existing conduits such as sewers, drains and clean water pipes - has launched a mobile operator division to provide fibre backhaul for mobile operators' cell sites.
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