Networking veterans have cast doubts on assertions made today that the speed woes experienced by customers on the national broadband network could be eradicated if telecommunications companies paid $9.75 per month for each connection.
Pivotel Satellite has won the 2017 ACOMM Communications Alliance’s Satellite Provider of the Year Award, for its pivotal, industry-first “Big Bundle” satphone plan initiative. The world-first solution increases the accessibility of satcomms tech in regional and remote Australia.
The ACMA’s tune-up consultation day for use of 3.6GHz spectrum for 5G sees telcos happy, but earth station operators and specifically regional wireless ISPs are very concerned.
you feel sorry for hfc customers about to get 1000/50 ?
I'd almost feel sorry for those connected to the Abbot/Turnbull mess except for the fact a lot of them voted[…]
Bad luck for the 30-40 percent of NBN fixed-line customers stuck with the Abbott/Turnbull old copper wire FTTN service. They're[…]
1000/50... what a joke.. Surely anyone needing 1GB down would be hoping/wanting/needing more than 50 up.
This junk delivers 30ms latencies and gets blocked by trees. What a massive scam. How about these mafia stop keeping[…]