Along with miserable broadband, the NBN has brought into our lives a number of terms that sound like words from a foreign language that are designed to prevent one from ever understanding what the whole thing is about. The head of one ISP is trying to demystify the network using simple language and everyday analogies.
The NBN Co, the company rolling out Australia's national broadband network, has announced a new wholesale enterprise offering which will provide symmetrical speeds of 1Gbps, and will include a point-to-point fibre connection.
The advent of 5G networks will not provide any kind of salvation for telecommunications providers who are desperate for some way of fighting back against the unreasonably high prices charged by NBN Co, a report from the credit ratings agency S&P Global Ratings says.
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