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Internode trials fetchtv full service on NBN and Opticomm Fibre services

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011 by

For some time, Internode has been working away on a new technical approach to allow us to deliver the full fetchtv service to Internode customers using Fibre connections on the National Broadband Network (NBN) and also for Internode customers connected to Opticomm based FTTH (Fibre to the Home) network ports.

Well, we’ve done it – and it works :) (more…)

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CommsDay Melbourne October 2011 Speech about the NBN

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011 by

On 11th October 2011, I spoke at the CommsDay Melbourne Congress event about some of the competition related challenges that exist around the NBN.

These challenges focus in practice on actions that the ACCC should, in my view, be taking in order to safeguard and augment the Long Term Interests of End Users.

The presentation runs for about 21 minutes. (more…)

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Internode submission on the NBNCo Multicast Feature, Technology and Pricing Document

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011 by

In August 2011, NBNCo released a public document (http://www.nbnco.com.au/assets/documents/multicast-product-prcing-overview-aug-11.pdf) providing further details about the technical and pricing constructs of their intended IP Multicast service offering over the NBN.

Internode has provided feedback regarding this document to NBNCo.

The NBNCo document is public, and our submission in response is also public.

In our response, we have provided some proposals to change the NBN multicast offering in ways that we believe would improve the outcome for all concerned.

The rationale for those proposed changes is also provided in our submission.

You can download our submission here:

NBNCo Multicast Feedback from Internode

We hope that our views on this topic are of interest and that they may potentially be of use in improving the outcomes regarding this important aspect of the NBN service suite.

 

 

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