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This is a continuation of the off-topic bit of the NBN rollout discussion. I'll paste the last few replies and go from there:Geoff Hutchesson said:How about this for replies you expected ?…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Cate Stuart May 7, 2013.
Ahhh, the dreaded 'R' word. A topic that has caused war for millennia, and is still often unable to be discussed without a decline into chaos. Let's try to keep it civil here! A thread about clergy…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Ian Macrae Yeates Dec 2, 2012.
In another discussion, Al made mention of the German economy, and after looking at it and writing a reply I thought it might be worthy of its own discussion.Al's post and my reply are posted below.…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Phillip Watson Nov 2, 2012.
No doubt in such a conservative forum, the title of this discussion will probably be seen as rather provocative! But, it's a point of view worthy of discussion I think.Listening to a…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dr Caroline Wright Aug 6, 2012.
Phillip Watson has not received any gifts yet
Opposition spokesman for communications, Malcolm Turnbull, often repeats the position that the Government should stay out of communications infrastructure, and projects such as the NBN should be left to the private sector (or "the market"), with some assistance provided for "unviable" areas.
Posted on May 15, 2011 at 12:14am
I know there's a lot of you here on satellite internet, so this may be of interest to you:
The NBN Co has signed the contracts for it's interim satellite service which will run from this month until 2015 when their dedicated satellites are launched. The interim solution will offer speeds of up to 6Mbps (At least 6 times faster than what you have now), and based on the NBN wholesale pricing it should be considerably cheaper than what you're paying currently for the slower…Continue
Posted on May 6, 2011 at 2:07pm — 1 Comment
With the constant march of technology, there are often concerns expressed that the NBN may be obsolete before it's even finished.
So what are the chances of this happening, and what technologies could potentially make the NBN obsolete?
Let's begin with a basic explanation of the fibre portion of the NBN. It uses…Continue
Posted on April 24, 2011 at 12:30am — 22 Comments