TransACT lands residential FTTP deal

Summary:TransACT has today signed an agreement with the ACT Land Development Agency that will supply fibre-to-the-premise services to over 1800 homes.

in brief TransACT has today signed an agreement with the ACT Land Development Agency that will supply fibre-to-the-premise services to over 1800 homes.

TransACT chief executive officer Ivan Slavich said, "TransACT now has a significant number of agreements in place to provide homes and businesses across the ACT with our advanced FTTP network — and this number is growing by the day."

The service will be provided to medium density units (MDUs) and provide up to 100Mbps downstream internet, IPTV, telephony and radio frequency services.

TransACT worked with partners Corning Cable Systems, which recently won a deal to supply cable for the Tasmanian NBN, and Alcatel-Lucent, the former company of NBN Co chairman Mike Quigley.

Topics: NBN, Broadband, Networking

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