Internet Australia has a new chair, with lawyer and former chief executive of telco industry body Communications Alliance, Anne Hurley, appointed to the role and taking the opportunity to show her disapproval of the National Broadband Network and its mix of technology..
Internet Australia chief Laurie Patton is unimpressed with the latest rollout forecasts for the National Broadband Network and says the predicted disruption caused by rollout works in metro areas of major cities could be avoided if the “inferior” copper FttN network is abandoned in favour of a more fibre-based network.
New Zealand’s largest telco Spark and telecommunications infrastructure provider Chorus are to pilot a process aimed at making it easier for homeowners to install fibre for their broadband service.
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