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Connecting to Fibre to the Node

Sign up to NBN today If you’ve been keeping across the news around Australia’s superfast National Broadband Network (NBN), you’ve probably heard the term “Fibre to the Node” or “FTTN” thrown around a lot. That’s because FTTN is the technology … Continue reading

Understanding modems is no magic

Once or twice a year, a project officer will approach me and place a modem on my desk. Sometimes it’s a sleek, finished product that simply has customised firmware installed on it. Other times it’s an engineering model, which is … Continue reading

Election 2013: Deciding our Broadband future

This article is no longer current For the latest information about NBN Speeds, please visit: http://blog.iinet.net.au/nbn-speeds-explained/ September 7, 2013 – it’s a day which will decide many things. No, we’re not talking about who gets booted out of the footy … Continue reading

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