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News, Telecommunications - Wednesday, January 29, 2014 16:14 - 30 Comments
news Australia’s third-largest broadband player iiNet has opened a broadside on the nation’s political class over the “policy vacuum” the ISP says exists in telecommunications policy, agreeing with veteran analyst Paul Budde that further discussion is needed around the actual uses of upgraded broadband infrastructure and less discussion of entry level broadband speeds.
Over the past decade, Australia’s two major sides of politics have been unable to come to agreement over how Telstra’s copper telephone network, which most Australians use to access broadband services, should be upgraded.
Both sides of politics have had policies featuring upgrades such as Fibre to the Premises or Fibre to the Node for the copper network, but have been unable to have the policies implemented. A key related issue is that Australia’s politicians have not mandated the structural separation of the incumbent telco’s retail and wholesale arms, meaning it had little incentive to upgrade its network on its own. Continue…
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