Monday, 10 December 2018

Australia's NBN still struggling but Singapore seeing take-up

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom, in Singapore
Tuesday 18 June 13

There is demand for 300-Mbps symmetrical broadband services in Singapore, while in Australia the technology is overshadowed by political wrangling.

State-backed next-generation broadband networks are proving to be something of a headache for certain Asian markets. "The rollout of NBN is not where it was foreseen to be," admitted Rob Nicholls, adjudicator for the Office of the Independent Telecommunications Adjudicator in Australia at CommunicAsia on Tuesday…

State-backed next-generation broadband networks are proving to be something of a headache for certain Asian markets. "The rollout of NBN is not where it was foreseen to be," admitted Rob Nicholls, adjudicator for the Office of the Independent Telecommunications Adjudicator in Australia at CommunicAsia on Tuesday…

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