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South Australian-based ISP, Internode, says it has ‘upped the ante’ with its announcement of a 100mpbs fibre to the home broadband service, while CEO Simon Hackett ridiculed the proposed National Broadband Network’s target speed of 12mbps.

Published in Market
Did the Labor Party factor this in when it costed the National Broadband Network at about $8 billion? According to NEC the costs in labour alone of cutting over telephone lines from the old telephone network to a future fibre to the node network could run to $100 per line.

Published in Networking
Monday, 29 September 2008 12:33

Pressure grows for 100Mbps broadband, at least!

The Australian Government has no clear plans for broadband beyond the 12Mbps minimum specified in its National Broadband Network RFP but in New Zealand and the US lobby groups are already pushing for at least 100Mbps by 2015.

Published in Cornered!
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