Promising “premium performance” for its “best gaming processor ever”, featuring a “boost in frame rate rate ‘of up to’ 25% gen over gen”, Intel is pulling out all the stops to outshine the land of AMD’s Ryzen sun.
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.
The flush of enthusiasm for installing a fibre broadband network in Brisbane's sewers is over after i3's project got bogged down. But the idea of a city-backed network hasn't gone completely down the toilet, with other providers said to be ready to step in.
Alternative headline: Four million ignore the NBN. Woeful ARPU sees NBN Co struggling to reach profitability.
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