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Topic # 15478 24-Aug-2007 18:28
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Hi there everybody!!!

This is my first time here but I'm sure you'll see a lot more of me.

Anyway I am trying to find the best wireless broadband for my needs.

I am a AV technician and I want to start broadcasting Music performances over the internet, at first it will have to be just audio as I think NZ net is to slow to stream video at the moment. This will be done mostly in Wellington but also in other places in the future.

I thought I had found the perfect ISP today in Woosh, but then they themselves told me they wouldn't be able to do this (excellent service though).

Does anyone have any idea who I should ring next?

Thank you very much if you have any ideas.

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  Reply # 83648 24-Aug-2007 18:59
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Try Gasp.


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  Reply # 83677 24-Aug-2007 21:53
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If you're in the CBD region there is also CafeNet who have excellent coverage.


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  Reply # 84109 28-Aug-2007 15:07
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Look up, they provide some serious wireless links, up to 1GB (if you need it...) 

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