A user of the Whirlpool broadband forum has identified what he thinks is a possible reason for the regular very short dropouts that HFC NBN connections suffer, and says this may become a much bigger problem in the future.
About 36,000 homes across Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth will be declared "ready to connect" via HFC to the national broadband network by the end of June.
NBN Co, the company building the national broadband network, is ramping up its planned fibre-to-the-curb footprint, with 440,000 more homes and businesses to receive the new technology.
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