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  • NBN reliability: Help guide first step for battery backup

    The roll out of the National Broadband Network is set to revolutionise the way Australians communicate, but it has raised questions about the reliability of the network compared with existing copper-based telephone systems, especially among non-technical people.

    Written by Rodney Gedda20 July 11 14:48
  • Fibre optic network slated for thousands of Melbourne CBD apartments

    Some 2700 new apartments in the Melbourne CBD will be fitted out with fibre optic cable infrastructure in a project by engineering and sustainability firm, Umow Lai. The development, known as the Upper West Side, is being built on the site of the former Lonsdale Street power station that borders Spencer Street.

    Written by Georgina Swan01 March 11 10:37
  • New 1Gbps NBN opens for business in Tassie

    NBN Tasmania officially launched Australia's first national broadband network rollout today at Midway Point, northeast of Hobart, and in doing so the government also committed to a maximum access speed to one gigabit per second.

    Written by Rodney Gedda12 Aug. 10 10:44
  • Developers may shun greenfield fibre bill

    The government may face opposition from real estate developers objecting to a proposal to mandate fibre-to-the-home in greenfield sites.

    Written by Darren Pauli03 June 09 11:17