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.
At the NBN Global Broadband Futures conference in Sydney, Deutsche Telekom's chief technology officer Bruno Jacobfeuerborn stated that DT's vision in 2012 was fibre for all by 2018, but the reality since that time had meant a lot of FttN.
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow presented the opening keynote presentation at the Global Broadband Futures conference in Sydney at the Kirribilli Club this morning.
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