The i3 Group, this year dumped from building a fibre network in Brisbane, is back on the sales trail in Australia. The company has claimed that using utility ducts could slash 60 pecent off the deployment costs of the NBN and reduce deployment times by 50 percent. i3 is lobbying the Australian government against the use of …
already been done
Google has been there, done that!
Has to be a better option as it reduces the need for installers for the final mile connection.. users get to do the dirty work themselves!
I3, welcome to the same position and opinion as EVERY SINGLE ISP in Australia except Tel$tra.
Wonderful idea </sarcasm>
because roto-rooters, widely used to clear liquid-amber roots, are just so gentle with fibre-optic cables. Plus skilled technicians, working with ultra-pure glass and silica fibre fusion machines, can't wait to get up to their knees in s**t.
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