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  Reply # 1943759 19-Jan-2018 19:49
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Aredwood:

High house prices meaning average household size will be larger.

 

 

 

According to the 2013 census, the average household size across NZ was 2.7 people. In Auckland it was 3.0, despite the proliferation of small apartments, units, etc.

 

 

 

Porirua also has an average household size of 3.0. The lowest was Thames-Coromandel, with an average size of 2.2.


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  Reply # 1944026 20-Jan-2018 14:59
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Chorusnz:

 

 

 

  • The peak throughput metric is the total volume of traffic in the busiest 5 minute period divided by 300 (number of seconds in that 5 minute period).  Total volume is simply the sum of the all the traffic on the DSLAM and OLT backhaul links (i.e. the Ethernet Fibre link between our Copper or Fibre access nodes and aggregation switches).

 

 

 

So the Tbps of traffic is both upstream (from customer to Chorus) and downstream (from Chorus to customer) combined?

 

Do you know the ratio between upstream and downstream?

 

 

 

 


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