in brief Internet service provider (ISP) Internode will extend
its ongoing rollout of high-speed ADSL2+ broadband infrastructure to a
further 50 telephone exchanges on the nation's east coast.
"Internode has committed to a multi-million-dollar upgrade of
its ADSL2+ deployment schedule from 67 exchanges to 113 exchanges
throughout the country," the ISP said in a statement issued late
The hardware installed in Telstra's telephone exchanges allows
Internode to sell broadband at speeds of up to 24Mbps in the
"We expect to have ADSL2+ in most of these new exchanges by
the end of the year," said Internode managing director Simon
Hackett in the statement.