Telecom New Zealand has released a nine page summary of the report into the failures of its new XT mobile network earlier this year, but the experts from Analysys Mason failed to find any single 'smoking gun' and their report raises almost as many questions as it answers.
Thirteen telecommunications service providers have indicated their interest in selling services on New Zealand's Ultra Fast Broadband Network, the equivalent of NBN Co's FTTH network in Australia.Crown Fibre Holdings, the Government company set up to manage rollout of the UFB has released the name of companies that have signed letters of intent to retail UFB services.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: StrategyA report on the development of FTTH networks in the US from research firm RVA suggests that the Labor Government is on the right track with its ambitious plan to serve 93 percent of premises by fibre. However Ovum has backed AT&T's decision to focus on FTTN.
While the Australian Government extols the virtues of its $36 billion plus fibre optic based National Broadband Network project, a new sunrise wireless technology has just been unveiled that threatens to make the massively expensive fixed line fibre network obsolete before its rollout is even completed.
Crown Fibre Holdings, the New Zealand Government company set up to joint venture with the private sector to roll out FTTH networks has received $NZ942m in the 2011 budget, completed the planned allocation of $NZ1.4b in Government funds.
I've been struggling to connect to my home wireless network, but up until now my Broadcom card has been able to at least detect the network. I know this because in Network manager, in the Add Network Connection dialog box, if I tell it to scan for wireless networks then I see my home network along with all the other local wireless networks.