6 posts • joined Tuesday 11th October 2011 03:13 GMT
Re: Re: Even Australians...
"Fibre to the node would work just as well and be significantly cheaper."
Cheaper for whom to build? It would be cheaper to build - if you currently own the copper lines. It will be more expensive to build if you don't.
Cheaper for whom to pay? If Telstra still maintains control over the new FTTN infrastructure, then unless ACCC steps in yet again to declare the prices, it is likely to be more expensive to the end user, ie productivity loss for the economy as a whole.
afact is not a signatory to the proposal
This proposal was put forward by the ISPs named. afact is not a signatory to it (yet?)
From the horse's mouth
"That article is wrong. AFACT are not a signatory to it. It's an ISP proposal." Steve Dalby, Chief Regulatory Officer, iiNet
If by fled you mean left before he was arrested, and after he was given permission by the prosecutor to leave the country, then sure, he fled Sweden. But you really should get a different dictionary.
icon because that's what the Swedish authorities told Assange he could do.
kbps vs kBps
Please get your units right. Pando Network report that you linked to listed speeds in kBps. Akamai's report is in kbps. There is little difference between those two reports that cannot be explained from sampling errors.
I would have expected a reporter from a publication focussing on technology to know the difference.
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