The European Commission has unveiled its long-awaited broadband package, which aims to standardise the regulation of fibre deployment and spectrum management across the EU
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Telstra revealed today that it had held discussions with Google's Australian management about the search giant's plans, announced overnight, to provide half a million US residents with fibre broadband in a US trial.
The search giant is to build an experimental high-speed fibre network in the US, to encourage new applications and network management techniques
The Communications Management Association's David Harrington argues there's a case for using government funds to roll out fibre to the home across the UK
Telstra has published a response to the G9 consortium's fibre-to-the-node proposal, calling it an expensive and dangerous proposal that "imposes a tortured, dysfunctional ownership and management structure"
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