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#22002 13-May-2008 12:40
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Well gents, here is a sneak preview of what Fibre to the home customers get,

This is an actual connection, speeds are limited to this due this being the commercial product offering ,

Note not effected by distance to the exchange, now this is really next generation broadband services don't you think Wink





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  #130536 13-May-2008 12:46
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I'll Take 2 thanks ;) Can I get fries with that bandwidth?

Its nice for net use, but we are going to need to see more than that for IPTV in the future once you start wanting to watch more than 1 stream at a time, unless you are planning to distribute TV passively.

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  #130537 13-May-2008 12:49
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actually no not true and there are options for this.....more to follow




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#130538 13-May-2008 12:51
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I will drink to that! Fantastic

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  #130539 13-May-2008 12:51
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Oooh seperate data channels for IPTV???

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  #130542 13-May-2008 12:57
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So Phil are their published or implied contention ratios?

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  #130551 13-May-2008 13:20
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Second FTTH connection, I'm not going around all the houses testing just giving you a couple to take a look at




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  #130552 13-May-2008 13:21
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cyril7: So Phil are their published or implied contention ratios?

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Not yet Cyril7, since this is the pilot




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  #130553 13-May-2008 13:24
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I see some of the documentation shows the alcatel ONT and it appears only an indoor model, is their a outdoor in the offering also.

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#130556 13-May-2008 13:27
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homer simpson drooling







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  #130563 13-May-2008 13:43
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cyril7: I see some of the documentation shows the alcatel ONT and it appears only an indoor model, is their a outdoor in the offering also.

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At this stage we are only using the indoor models, yes i believe there are some outdoor ones but I havn't worked with yet




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  #130568 13-May-2008 14:10
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tonyhughes: homer simpson drooling


Could not put it better myself!!!!

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  #130569 13-May-2008 14:12
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isn't fibre ment to be 100Mbps? why are you only getting 30Mbps?

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  #130570 13-May-2008 14:16
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you obviously didnt read the first post, just looked at the pretty picture..

"This is an actual connection, speeds are limited to this due this being the commercial product offering"
Fibre actually runs at around 1GBps per strand..

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  #130573 13-May-2008 14:41
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That looks nice, but how bout to San Fran? Tongue out

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  #130575 13-May-2008 14:46
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yum is the only word for that. :)

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