This will be music to the ears of Malcolm Turnbull: Alcatel-Lucent has announced the first commercial broadband-over-copper product that makes use of VDSL2 vectoring to boost speeds beyond what is possible with standard VDSL2. Increases of up to 150 percent are claimed.
Shadow Communications minister Malcolm Turnbull will put the Coalition's views on Australia's broadband future to an audience of senior broadband industry executives from around the world next week, at the Broadband World Forum conference in Paris - and there will be no one from NBN Co or the Government to counter his views.
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