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Topic # 123287 2-Jul-2013 11:46
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EUBA - Enhanced UBA is delivered as Ethernet over an ADSL2+ copper interface.
  • Real time grade IP traffic – delivered as a real time CoS.
  • Internet grade IP traffic – delivered as best efforts.
  • This will achieve a 99.9% probability of providing end-users.
Enhanced UBA currently has one profile for best efforts traffic only and three profiles for guaranteed real time traffic:
  • Unlimited Enhanced UBA 40.
The 40kbps, 90kbps and 180kbps refer to the bandwidth of the real-time channel of the services. This channel is optimised for digital voice services to ensure one or more high quality voice connections.

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Speed

  • Access "triple play" services - video, data, voice. 
  • Use online storage solutions.
  • Upload large files.
  • Support more users on the same internet connection. 
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Internet is essential for everyone and for successful small and medium businesses, with restrictions on data usage hindering internet uptake, rather than encouraging use to it's full potential.

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  Reply # 848163 2-Jul-2013 11:52
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Do you have a question about this? Or merely posting this?




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  Reply # 848270 2-Jul-2013 14:40
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just want to know, more about , hw usefull will these 2 technologies, in terms of residential use ? 

high speed ?

streming content ?
internet tv, ?

watch HD Content, Movies, Sports ?

will it help, 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 848301 2-Jul-2013 15:57
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Where did you get this from?

what does:


  • This will achieve a 99.9% probability of providing end-users.


Even mean?

The whole thing makes little sense, and has no type of backing looks like someones uninformed attempt at marketing.

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  Reply # 848302 2-Jul-2013 16:01
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randhawa012: just want to know, more about , hw usefull will these 2 technologies, in terms of residential use ? 

high speed ?

streming content ?
internet tv, ?

watch HD Content, Movies, Sports ?

will it help, 


I have absolutely no idea what you're trying to ask or point out.

EUBA is the defacto wholesale broadband access platform used by something like 700000+ connections in NZ.

The wholesale access platform is really of no concern to you as an end user. Your home wiring and choice of ISP are the biggest factors that will affect your connection.




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  Reply # 848319 2-Jul-2013 16:30
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Thanks,

This is just a copy paste from wea i learnt somethings about these all,

Didnt understood,
So, gud to knw more about these technologies,

Thanks

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  Reply # 848325 2-Jul-2013 16:49
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Chorus is the network company who currently own most of the existing physical communications infrastructure in NZ currently eg: the copper lines in the ground, the cabinets and exchanges with ISAM (DSL) equipment and lots of other stuff like that.

You can read briefly about the history of Chorus here
http://www.chorus.co.nz/more-about-chorus-1/our-history

They sell the use of their infrastructure to retail and business ISP's via many different products and services.

Consider this:
Your home > cabinet/exchange > backhaul network > handover point > transit to isp network > isp network > domestic/international transit

EUBA and WVS (Wholesale VDSL service) options to get from your home to the cabinet/exchange over copper phone line, there are other options depending your location and what is available in the cabinet/exchange. Remote rural areas may only have ADSL1 for example. Fibre is being deployed to the home and that's a different product.

The backhaul step is either an a standard addon service from Chorus called an "EUBA Tail Extension", price varies based on number of steps from your local cabinet/exchange to where the ISP wants to handover. Or an ISP can use other Chorus products p2p backhaul and so on, or they can arrange their own backhaul via other providers who are present at the exchange eg Vector or FX Networks etc.

From there Muppet made a good blog post about how "traffic" flows
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/muppet/7448

Currently the majority of ADSL2+ connections in NZ are using EUBA0, ISP's that are using VOIP are mostly using traffic management in their network to prioritise voip and not using EUBA40 etc, at least for residential plans.

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