Fiber Optic and Broadband Market News 2015 March 16

NBN Co spells out Fibre-on-Demand costs

NBN Co has released the details on how much it will cost those interested in switching from Fibre-to-the-Node (FTTN) technology to Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH), with individual premises set to pay a $300 application fee and a $300 design and quote fee.

TPG swipes NBN city customers via rival Fibre-to-the-Basement network

FttB is a high speed broadband and voice service, delivered using fibre optic and other network equipment, installed in the basement of multi-dwelling …

Digital Bangladesh by 2021, reaffirms PM

About optical fibre connection, the Prime Minister said the government has completed setting up of one thousand 450 kilometre optical fibre cable …

Google Fiber could offer students new opportunites

In January, Google formally announced its plan to lay thousands of miles of fiber-opticcables throughout the Triangle as part of its Google Fiber ..

ViewQwest launches world’s fastest home broadband plan

A ViewQwest TV media player. The season for broadband offers has begun, with ViewQwest firing the first salvo, launching the world’s fastest home …

Brazil approaches 200 mln broadband connections in January

Brazil ended January with 197.3 million broadband accesses, representing an increase of 48 percent compared to January 2014. According to a …

TTK expands broadband coverage in Northern Russia

Russian fixed operator TTK announced that its broadband coverage exceeded 520,000 households at its Northern regional branch at the end of 2014, …

Varazdin County to invest in broadband services

Croatian cities of Ivanec and Lepoglava and the municipalities of Bednja and Klenovnik have signed an agreement with Varazdin County for a joint project to build broadband infrastructure for internet access, reports Poslovni Dnevnik.

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