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Archive for March, 2012


At last, broadband in the boonies, but at a price – CNET (blog)

At last, broadband in the boonies, but at a priceCNET (blog)In the final installment of a weeklong series, Crave writer Eric Mack finally succeeds in bringing broadband Internet access to his isolated mountain home. See how he did it. by Eric Mack March 30, 2012 5:00 AM PDT Follow @ericcmack My broadband …

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Mobile broadband demand set to soar – BBC News

BBC News Mobile broadband demand set to soarBBC NewsOfcom is looking into ways to free more radio spectrum to satisfy the UK's vast appetite for mobile broadband. Demand for high mobile data rates could grow 800-fold between 2012 and 2030, the communications regulator suggests. Operators will need help …Ofcom aims to avert mobile broadband crunch [...]

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Politics, yes, but not contra the Coalition – Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald Politics, yes, but not contra the CoalitionSydney Morning HeraldCommunications Minister Stephen Conroy sent an SMS message to NBN Co chief executive Mike Quigley on Thursday afternoon after the release of NBN Co's plan to target 3.5 million premises with its broadband fibre rollout over the next three years.No NBN for the far [...]

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Gillard Defends Huawei’s Ban From Aussie Broadband – BusinessWeek

Bloomberg Gillard Defends Huawei's Ban From Aussie BroadbandBusinessWeekBy Jason Scott on March 28, 2012 Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard defended how her government awards project contracts after China's largest maker of telephone equipment said it was told not to bid for work on the national broadband network.Gillard Defends Huawei's Ban From Australian BroadbandAustralia's Prime Minister [...]

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Bringing broadband to the boonies, part 3: Fiber’s not free – CNET

Bringing broadband to the boonies, part 3: Fiber's not freeCNETBut without further investment, the new technology could continue to pass him by. by Eric Mack March 28, 2012 5:00 AM PDT Follow @ericcmack The broadband options are piling up in this tiny town… if you can access them. PENASCO, NM — So far in this [...]

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Government announces NBN rollout plan – ABC Online

NEWS.com.au Government announces NBN rollout planABC OnlineThe Federal Government has announced the three-year timeline for the first stage of the rollout of the National Broadband Network. Speaking in Sydney, Prime Minister Julia Gillard said more than 3.5 million homes, businesses and hospitals would have …NBN rollout going into 'high gear'NBN announces three-year rollout plan3.5 million [...]

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Activ8me Activates First NBN Fixed Wireless Broadband Customer – MarketWatch (press release)

Activ8me Activates First NBN Fixed Wireless Broadband CustomerMarketWatch (press release)Activ8me Provided the Wireless Broadband Connection to the First Participant in Australia's National Broadband Network, to Mr. Ken Geenty of Armidale, NSW MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA, Mar 28, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — Activ8me, an approved retail …

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Free Wireless Broadband for the Masses – Technology Review

Technology Review Free Wireless Broadband for the MassesTechnology ReviewA startup backed by a Skype cofounder plans to offer "freemium" broadband—supported by ads and social features. By Rachel Metz When you think of basic human rights, access to wireless broadband Internet probably isn't at the top of the list.

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Cisco snarfs ClearAccess for remote broadband apps – Register

Sci-Tech Today Cisco snarfs ClearAccess for remote broadband appsRegisterClearAccess makes a platform called ClearVision, which is a suite of remote troubleshooting applications that adhere to the Broadband Forum's Technical Report 069 standard. This standard, which is not the name of the beloved Radio Shack computer than …Cisco Systems To Acquire ClearAccess

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Satellite broadband providers expand into rural areas – USA TODAY

USA TODAY Satellite broadband providers expand into rural areasUSA TODAYInternet providers that beam broadband connections to rural America via satellites are expanding their services as the need for faster video and downloads is becoming universal. ViaSat and HughesNet are launching new satellites that take up the slack …

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