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.
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.
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.
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.
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