The fibre to the distribution point (FttDP) footprint of the National Broadband Network is being extended to cover 1 million premises – up from 700,000 premises previously announced by NBN Co.
Telstra still dominates the wholesale market for resale of National Broadband Service (NBN) products, but a newly published report reveals that competitors are making inroads into the telco’s traditional dominance of broadband services in regional areas.
NBN Co has abandoned plans to roll out the national broadband network on the Optus HFC network — with the exception of one area in Queensland — and will now use its newest technology, fibre-to-the-distribution point (FTTdp), also known as fibre-to-the-curb, to deploy the network to up to potentially 700,000 premises across the country.
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