In November last year, NBN Co was predicting airlines might get connectivity via Ka-band NBN satellites in 2015-16 and now here comes Inmarsat.
There are many little ways in which fast broadband — aka the nbn — is going to affect our lives positively. The suits who decide that this technology mix or that is going to be used to build the pipe do not take these factors into account.
Optus has delivered its first 100 Gigabits per second (Gbps) service for a US-based partner on the Southern Cross Cable Network (SCCN) that connects Australia to the United States’ west coast via New Zealand, Fiji and Hawaii.
Great news, Vodafone/TPG is truly giving Telstra and Optus some real competition!
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Quite an interesting range of views.