Having a gig in today's COVID-19 economy is welcome, having 10 gigs is even better, and having 1000 buildings fully connected to Australia's first city-wide ten gigabit network in rad Adelaide is a landmark, strategic achievement delivering world-class digital infrastructure.
Telecommunications services provider Visionstream has secured a four-year contract with New Zealand's largest telecommunications infrastructure provider, Chorus, to connect more Chorus’ customers to the country’s Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) network.
Wireless broadband provider NetComm Wireless has released to the market its new generation VDSL/ADSL Wireless AC1600 Gigabit Gateway (NF17ACV) that it says will deliver a “fast and powerful wireless experience” as households move to the National Broadband Network or New Zealand’s Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) fibre networks.
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