“The continued need for broadband access is driving new projects..."
New ‘Red Home’ packages offer ultra fast broadband, 150 TV channels over fibre including Freeview, SKY and pay-per-view movies. Launching first in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
IDC today released a study that describes the expected uptake of fibre services in New Zealand.
The government and Crown Fibre Holdings have reached agreement with UFB partners Chorus, Enable and Northpower that provides for free residential connections for distances of up to 200 metres per house from the road, until at least the end of 2015.
Internet juggernaut Google has launched a new service called Google Fiber. It's not available in New Zealand, so why are we talking about it? Because the service gives away free internet at speeds of 5Mbit/s, and offers a US$70/month plan at whopping...
Wondering when you're going to be getting ultra-fast broadband in your home? While a handful of areas are already equipped for ultra-fast broadband, rollouts are only just beginning in many of the pilot areas.
On Tuesday June 5, Sarah Putt watched as a Fibre to the Home connection was installed in Albany, Auckland.
In Part 1, we showed how the black cable, which runs from from the External Termination Point outside the house to the roadside cabinet, is joined to the blue cable located in the roadside cabinet, via a Fibre Access Terminal.
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