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Displaying items by tag: ADSL2

Friday, 12 December 2014 08:25

Fusion boosts business broadband by bonding

Fusion Broadband's bonded hybrid service combining ADSL and 3G or 4G broadband is proving a boon to businesses in fringe areas that are poorly served by current fixed-line technologies and are still waiting for the NBN to arrive.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Tuesday, 04 February 2014 13:35

Game developer says 24Mbps is not good enough

A Hobart-based game developer says ADSL2+ is too slow, 4G is too expensive, but (like baby bear's porridge) NBN FTTP is just right.

Published in Networking

Following the release of our new internet plans in early September, many users now have access to faster Internet speeds and a more generous download limit then they previously had. Due to the popularity of the new access plans, SBDC has grown by a staggering 45% in one month.

While a national rollout of the NBN may be on its way, it isn't likely to happen for a number of years, leaving many businesses with a long wait for a faster broadband service.

Sunday, 24 October 2010 17:28

ZTE claims VDSL2 vectoring breakthrough

ZTE has announced what it claims is the world's first system-level VDSL2 vectoring prototype - technology that increases the carrying capacity of copper pairs in the telephone network by managing all the pairs in a multi-pair cable so as to minimise crosstalk between discrete pairs.

The Internet Industry Association (IIA) has released its ninth broadband index saying it shows that competition at the infrastructure level is essential to aggressive broadband pricing.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 08 December 2009 06:42

Internode calls an end to 'fraudband' plans

National ISP Internode has dropped its old 256Kbps and 512Kbps plans, and will deliver a minimum of 1500Kbps to new customers. The company has also announced a "truly unlimited" plan.

Published in Home Tech
Sunday, 29 November 2009 09:55

Internode going to the extreme

Hot on the heels of winning three major awards, including topping national customer satisfaction surveys of all ISPs, national broadband company Internode has announced it is rolling out a doubling of its Extreme SHDSL coverage to more than 24 key business exchanges across the country.

Published in Market
Thursday, 26 November 2009 09:34

Telstra drops broadband prices, but is it enough?!

UPDATED: Telstra, Australia’s dominant telecommunications company, and admitted serial overcharger, has finally delivered some of the price cuts its CEO, David Thodey, recently promised, and while any price cut is always welcome, has Telstra really done enough?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 02 November 2009 03:46

iiNet expands regional DSLAM network

iiNet is to expand its DSLAM network with installations in  Campbelltown, Coffs Harbour and Wollongong in NSW, Mooloolaba, Caloundra and Toowoomba in Queensland, Geelong in Victoria and Bunbury in West Australia.

Published in Networking
Fed up with your kids gobbling up your broadband quota every month on videos games and whatever else? Then gotalk has a solution for you.

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Friday, 24 April 2009 08:06

Primus to resell Telstra ADSL2+

Primus has become the latest ISP to strike a deal with Telstra Wholesale to resell Telstra's ADSL2+ service and is now  offering ADSL2+ from 1500 Telstra exchanges.

Published in Strategy
Although Gotalk has long worked with Optus to resell ADSL services, it has now announced a wholesale broadband deal with Telstra, “targeting” regional Australia, including Tassie - along with a separate new 3G mobile plan that has one whopper of a video call charge, although international calling is the big drawcard.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 20 February 2009 11:42

Consumer vendors not ready for IPv6: report

The consumer sector could be Australia's stumbling block when it comes to IPv6 transition, according to new research.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 17 February 2009 01:25

Australia: a broadband backwater?

The latest analysis of Australian broadband services by Epitiro shows that connectivity to the rest of the world leaves much to be desired.

Published in Market
Thursday, 08 January 2009 11:28

Telstra holding back on faster cable Internet?

There's long been a suspicion that Telstra deliberately holds back from delivering newer technology to its customers. Now CEO Sol Trujilo has confirmed it.

Published in Core Dump
Wednesday, 17 December 2008 01:36

Internode now offering Telstra ADSL2+ services

Internode has started selling ADSL2+ broadband services across the entire Telstra DSLAM footprint of more than 1400 telephone exchangesand claims that its prices represent better value than those from Telstras' BigPond.

Published in Home Tech
Telecommunications research firm Market Clarity says that Aussies are switching to high-speed ADSL 2+ services, “with or without the government’s NBN”, in a trend that “will drive the next five years of broadband market development”.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 26 November 2008 11:15

Internode to use Telstra ADSL2+ DSLAMs

Not satisfied with its own network of ADSL2+ DSLAMs, Internode will begin using Telstra's equipment next month.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 25 November 2008 07:26

Westnet launches Telstra ADSL2+ services UPDATED

iiNet subsidiary Westnet has 'soft-launched' ADLS2+ services from all 1400 plus Telstra ADSL2+ capable exchanges. The move follows launch of services on the DSLAMs of its parent, iiNet, on  21 October.

Published in Home Tech
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