Friday, November 27th, 2009 by Jim Kellett
You may have noticed our recent promotion of Internode Extreme SHDSL. This is a high bandwidth access service for our business and corporate customer base, who represent a very significant part of Internode’s success.
SHDSL is an awkward acronym for ‘Symmetrical High speed Digital Subscriber Line‘, and has been available for a number of years. However it’s recently enjoyed a quantum improvement in performance, with services now available at up to 40 Mbps symmetrical. Not surprisingly, this has earned it the name ‘Ethernet over Copper’. (more…)
Tuesday, November 24th, 2009 by Jim Kellett
We’ve just made available a process for many existing Internode NakedUltra customers to transfer to Internode Easy Naked (yes, on an Agile DSLAM port). This is a ‘TULL’ – Transfer of Unbundled Local Loop from one DSLAM (Optus Wholesale) to another DSLAM (Internode Agile).
Eligible NakedUltra customers are those that have an Internode/Agile (NakedExtreme) DSLAM (with free ports) in their local telephone exchange. (more…)