New Zealand's largest telecommunications infrastructure provider Chorus has deployed Nokia's VDSL2 vectoring technology aimed at delivering improved broadband access to users across the country.
Given its current state, Australia will be able to have a full-fibre national broadband network only by 2030, and that after shelling out an additional $30 billion to $50 billion, according to a network expert.
The NBN Co, the company building Australia's national broadband network, has revealed that about 700,000 homes will receive NBN services through fibre to the distribution point (FttDP), a technology that it calls fibre to the curb.
New Zealand's largest telecommunications infrastructure provider, Chorus, and Nokia have inked a three-year extension to their technology partnership to facilitate further investment in New Zealand’s ultra high speed broadband program.
Alcatel-Lucent and Proximus have shipped 10 million VDSL2 ‘vectoring line shipments’ and are celebrating the milestone alongside the ‘first year of successful deployment in Belgium’.
Ahead of the NBN FTTN rollout, PCRange has added the VDSL2-capable FRITZ!Box 7360 modem/router to its catalogue.
iiNet has secured an ACT Government contract to build a free WiFi network in the next 12 months which will provide wireless coverage across 12 business districts in Canberra.
Alcatel-Lucent’s CTO is in Australia. He has good news for Malcolm Turnbull – vectoring technology on copper is almost ready for prime time.
ZTE has announced what it claims is the world's first system-level VDSL2 vectoring prototype - technology that increases the carrying capacity of copper pairs in the telephone network by managing all the pairs in a multi-pair cable so as to minimise crosstalk between discrete pairs.
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