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Topic # 113378 15-Jan-2013 13:20
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Got an email today (no I didn't subscribe to it, someone put my name in the list) about this Telecom Ultra Fast Fibre Broadband page.

The page has an old video (August 2012, below) and some blurb about UFB, etc. Still no word on Telecom UFB plans but I wonder if this is a signal things are moving into consumer space soon.



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  Reply # 745068 15-Jan-2013 13:34
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Those pages have been there for a while now (I first noticed them maybe two months ago) so it doesn't look like anything new has happened over the past few days. I think I heard April for commercial availability, but don't quote me on that :)

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  Reply # 745074 15-Jan-2013 13:43
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Yeah, these pages have been up for quite a while. They have only just changed it it 'Ultra Fast Fibre'. I can't remember what they called it before but I know that it has changed.




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  Reply # 745495 16-Jan-2013 09:26
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Can't comment officially... but stuff is in the works ;)



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  Reply # 745496 16-Jan-2013 09:27
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"Stuff" is always in the works. "Stuff" is always good. Until new "stuff" comes after "stuff" when the new "stuff" is better. "Stuff" is always coming.




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  Reply # 745500 16-Jan-2013 09:31
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freitasm: "Stuff" is always in the works. "Stuff" is always good. Until new "stuff" comes after "stuff" when the new "stuff" is better. "Stuff" is always coming.


Well I could show you some of the stuff I am working on and the stuff is pretty cool stuff that will have a very positive impact on a whole raft of internal Telecom systems... but there wouldn't be any difference for customers.  But I will know it's different :)

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  Reply # 745686 16-Jan-2013 13:33
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It's customary to link "Valve Time" or Blizzard's "Soon" at this point before we hit godwins.

http://www.wowwiki.com/Soon
https://developer.valvesoftware.com/wiki/Valve_Time

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