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From: who where on 30 Jul 2010 22:07
On Sat, 31 Jul 2010 11:33:02 +1000, z1 <z1(a)127.0.0.1> wrote:
>what I don't get is this:
>why is the NBN in most parts not being installed via the sewerage system?
because of security, not to mention that maintenance would be a sh1t
of a job
From: Rod Speed on 31 Jul 2010 14:40
> what I don't get is this:
> why is the NBN in most parts not being installed via the sewerage system?
Because it makes a lot more sense to do it on the
power poles or by punching it thru the nature strip.
> seems Brisbane Council is thinking of doing it that way.
More fool BrizVegas Council.
> should save them heaps.
Nope, it actually costs a lot more except in the CBD itself.
> On 31/07/2010 5:04 AM, Don McKenzie wrote:
>> 30 July, 2010 13:05
>> NBN adds 300,000 premises to fibre footprint, releases details of
>> full coverage.
>> The $43 billion National Broadband Network (NBN) optical fibre reach
>> will now cover 93 per cent of homes, schools and businesses,
>> extending to 300,000 additional premises. The mooted speed is 100 megabits a
>> second. In a joint announcement, Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, and
>> Communications Minister, Senator Stephen Conroy, confirmed the NBN
>> fibre footprint will cover places as far apart as Weipa, Tennant
>> Creek, Port Augusta, Albany, Cooma and Warrnambool.
>> About half way down the page, you will see links to larger maps. Here
>> are a couple of direct links.
>> Cheers Don...