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The role of FttH in the development of 5G

As the roll out of FttH remains a slow process it is no wonder that more and more people are looking towards mobile as a potential alternative. Obviously mobile communication has improved over recent years in providing excellent access to … Continue reading

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The role of the NBN in the development of 5G

With an NBN that is failing many customers it is no wonder that more and more people are looking towards mobile as a potential alternative. Obviously mobile communication has improved over recent years in providing excellent access to broadband; and … Continue reading

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Does Australia need a proper nbn?

Here we go again with more useless debates about whether the country needs a first-class national broadband network or a second-rate one; and again there are discussions around what other flavours of the multi-mix technology can we now add to … Continue reading

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Attack on Internet Australia is totally misdirected

While I was overseas in Italy I followed the attack on the Internet Australia (IA) regarding their strong position on ensuring that Australia will eventually get an FttH network. The attack even became rather personal, with the CEO being accused … Continue reading

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Google and the future of FttH

Many commentators rushed into print when they heard that Craig Barratt, senior vice-president of Google’s parent company Alphabet and CEO of Access (the unit of which Google Fiber is part), stated that he would quit the job and that Google … Continue reading

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