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Location Location not as important with FTTC October 6, 2010

Posted by Matthew Townend in Uncategorized.
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While at the convergence summit, I was talking to a number of people about the new Fibre to the Cabinet role out . A number of interesting comments were made, one vendor highlighted that actually being close the an exchange maybe a hindrance to in terms of receiving new higher bandwidth services, as the service will potentially not be able to be offered from the exchange itself as the cross talk caused from Vdsl would potentially interfere with other broadband services in an exchange environment. In other words if you do not have your services delivered via a cabinet and are actually to close to the exchange you will not benefit from these services. Also other vendors highlighted that there had been issues with the noise cause by the new cabinets potentially leading to consumer complaints, and one player said that he had heard that some cabinets had been broken into for the battery. These problem may drive more focus on a fibre to the premise program

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