With the DMS-106XT D-Link has released a high-performing unmanaged switch with five 2.5Gbps ethernet ports and one 10Gbps ethernet port, making it a great option for media, file sharing, and gaming. What’s more, it looks good doing it.
Nokia says its GPON solution "will enable Allo to deliver 1Gb/s service to its enterprises and residential subscribers," with the deployment in line with Malaysia’s JENDELA Plan (The Jalinan Digital Negara), part of the 12th Malaysia Plan (2021-2025), to provide high-speed broadband in two million homes to drive the digital economy.
Successful milestone achieved in the US addresses “the last mile” connectivity challenge and enhances consumer broadband experiences as data demand grows.
The Australian branch of Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies is continuing its campaign to press for inclusion among Australia's 5G vendors, collaborating with the Telecommunications Association to launch a joint discussion paper titled The Gigabit Gap.
Tasmanian ISP Launtel will launch a new service from 29 May based on the new NBN 1000/50 connection that the NBN Co is launching that day.
TPG Telecom-owned ISP iiNet has launched a plan to provide a symmetrical gigabit fibre connection for businesses at a monthly cost of $878.90, including GST.
Along with miserable broadband, the NBN has brought into our lives a number of terms that sound like words from a foreign language that are designed to prevent one from ever understanding what the whole thing is about. The head of one ISP is trying to demystify the network using simple language and everyday analogies.
The NBN Co, the company rolling out Australia's national broadband network, has announced a new wholesale enterprise offering which will provide symmetrical speeds of 1Gbps, and will include a point-to-point fibre connection.
The advent of 5G networks will not provide any kind of salvation for telecommunications providers who are desperate for some way of fighting back against the unreasonably high prices charged by NBN Co, a report from the credit ratings agency S&P Global Ratings says.
The CVC costs set by the NBN Co make it very difficult for ISPs to offer gigabit connections to more than a select band of customers who are willing to sign up in numbers and pay slightly more than other speed tiers, according to one ISP who caters to this type of consumer.
With my 4G smartphone able to offer vastly faster upload and download speeds than all NBN connections in existence today, and while the NBN says it does offer gigabit connections, when NBN Co wants you to ask "how much speed do you need?", it doesn't expect gigabit will be your answer.
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 is the latest company to achieve better than gigabit speeds in an LAA trial with Ericsson, paving the way for a super fast 5G future.
High-speed Internet service provider MyRepublic is celebrating its first year of business in Australia, and celebrating many milestones "including consistently ranking number 1 on Steam for average download rates".
T-Mobile and Ericsson claim they are the "first in the world to demonstrate speeds exceeding 1 Gbps using 12-layer Licensed Assisted Access technology".
Gigabits are going gangbusters in the gargantuan era of greatly growing data, connectivity and speed requirements for all societies, not just Germany's, with ZTE announcing "strategy for the road to the digital future".
Ericsson is celebrating China’s first commercial deployment of Gigabit LTE with China Unicom, with Ericsson being the telco’s “strategic partner".
Gigabit speeds over FttDP based on Gfast using a reversed power fed Gfast DPU? NetComm and Openreach say they’ve achieved it in a world first.
Promising a “comprehensive L2+/L3 switching solution for business networks of all sizes”, D-Link’s DGS-3630 series has arrived with “advanced software features and a lifetime warranty".
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