Rolling out fibre to the home is an expensive exercise and alternative methods need to be found to provide people with broadband that can yield speeds above 100Mbps, the marketing and communications director of NetComm, Els Baert, claims.
Data consumption by users of the national broadband network has risen to an average of 213GB per month, the NBN Co's chief technology officer Ray Owen claims.
The Broadband Forum says, “The next era of broadband relies on open source and standards joining forces – now is the time to move forward together."
A new solution launched at Broadband World Forum 2018 promises to "halve blowing costs per fibre for FTTx deployments with rapid installation".
Networking solutions provider NetComm Wireless has launched a new self-install CAT 18 – 4G LTE Residential Gateway that it says will allow network operators to activate more fixed wireless customers faster and more cost effectively.
NBN Co chief network and operations officer JB Rousselot has told the Broadband World Forum in London that the company needs to move faster in rolling out the broadband network and activating premises.
Global provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for mobile Internet, ZTE, has won the Best Wireless Broadband Innovation award at Broadband World Forum in London.
Shadow Communications minister Malcolm Turnbull will put the Coalition's views on Australia's broadband future to an audience of senior broadband industry executives from around the world next week, at the Broadband World Forum conference in Paris - and there will be no one from NBN Co or the Government to counter his views.
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