The company, banned from working on the NBN, believes it would be able to achieve speeds of 1Gbps between the node and the premises.
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Australian businesses will have little excuse on how to leverage the NBN, with the Australian government continuing to hand out grants for free training.
In the face of criticism that it is falling behind on its rollout, NBN Co has stuck with its forecasts for this financial year, while also showing that even more users are choosing to use the fibre network where it is available.
NBN Co has released three new wholesale plans for the National Broadband Network, which will allow some customers to achieve download speeds of 1Gbps by the end of the year.
With NBN Co already establishing contracts for other states and territories, it has now brought on ISG Management to cover multi-dwelling units in the Northern Territory and Queensland.
The Auditor-General has found no faults in the regional broadband roll-out, finding only one recommendation to give the government to turn good into great.
The Australian Government will look into how the NBN's fixed-wireless network could be used to improve mobile coverage.
Huawei has made a decision to start reinvesting local profits back into the Australian market, even though it has been banned from tendering on the National Broadband Network.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has approved decommissioning Optus' Hybrid fibre-coaxial network, on the grounds that the competitive benefits soon won't be relevant to the NBN.
Technologists at telecommunications hardware provider Cisco have predicted that within the next few months mobile carriers will begin to use offloading to seamlessly load-balance data from cellular networks on to faster, lower-latency Wi-Fi networks.