The sad reality of the NBN is that 100Mbps connections are just too slow in 2018, and only God knows when gigabit Internet will become cheap and affordable for all.
Telstra has set "new smartphone speed records in Australia, recording 1.03Gbps speeds on Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+" in gigabit-enabled parts of Telstra's mobile network in Sydney.
Singtel claims to have achieved the world’s first 1Gbps mobile peak speed on Ericsson’s quad-band FDD/TDD Carrier Aggregation technology.
Internet service provider MyRepublic says newly commissioned research has found that three in four (76%) Australians want speeds of 1Gbps or more, with two in three people (66% ) claiming it would have a positive effect on their work and leisure time.
Although the still unfinished 5G standard is all telcos want to talk about, AT&T says its LTE-A network will eventually hit speeds of 1Gbps.
Leading global IC company Realtek has announced its enhanced Gigabit to the home over copper twisted pair and coax at a tech conference in Indonesia this week.
Claiming a 4G world record, TeliaSonera’s subsidiary NetCom in Norway says it has set a ‘speed world record in Oslo’.
Ericsson and Telstra’s 1Gbps LTE-Advanced achievement was attained via a ‘World First 5 carrier aggregation end-to-end data session over a live network.’
Telstra says its latest world-first test of 1Gbps capability on its commercial mobile network ‘pushes LTE beyond the 4G barrier.’
US mega-telco AT&T has decided to deploy FTTP to 2 million US homes over 4 years despite the ‘extraordinary cost’ as FTTN is just too slow.
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