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According to a newly published report by Dell’Oro Group, total global revenue for the Broadband Access equipment market increased to US$3.6 B in 2Q 2021, up 7% year-over-year (Y/Y). Growth came from spending on both Cable and PON infrastructure.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

It's been a day of tech talk on how broadband networks around the world are a mix of FttN, VDSL, DOCSIS, Fibre and more, with Korea Telecom's own GiGA Wire tech very successful in Korea.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

NBN Co, the company rolling out Australia's national broadband network, says it will be adding G.fast technology to its technology mix next year, to enable faster speeds over copper wires.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

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.

Published in Wi-Fi
Thursday, 11 April 2013 05:59

Turnbull says copper can do it

In a wide-ranging address at a Sydney conference Malcolm Turnbull has insisted that FTTN and copper cabling can deliver sufficient broadband speeds.

Published in Government Tech Policy
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Armed with a report from respected consultancy Analysys Mason The Coalition has delivered another attack on the Government's broadband policy but its arguments don't always apply to Australia.

Published in Cornered!

Is there no end to the amount of functionality chipmakers can pack into a single device? Not only does the latest offering from Broadcom support ADSL+ and VDSL2 on the upstream side, it has the latest technologies for squeezing more out of copper: vectoring and bonding and on the downstream side it supports 802.11n WiFi, DECT for cordless telephony support and home automation, VoIP and ethernet switching.

Published in Entertainment

The Coalition might have another weapon in its battle to push alternative technologies against the Government's $43b, predominantly FTTH, National Broadband Network: a UK company claims to have technology that can deliver up to 400Mbps over existing copper, at less than 10 percent of the cost of FTTH.

Tuesday, 08 April 2008 10:48

FTTN needn't displace ADSL, says ISP

The idea that the rollout of a fibre to the node (FTTN) network would mean the removal of existing copper-based services is a "myth", according to the managing director of a substantial ISP.

Published in Networking




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