Fusion Broadband's bonded hybrid service combining ADSL and 3G or 4G broadband is proving a boon to businesses in fringe areas that are poorly served by current fixed-line technologies and are still waiting for the NBN to arrive.
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.
While a national rollout of the NBN may be on its way, it isn't likely to happen for a number of years, leaving many businesses with a long wait for a faster broadband service.
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