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Topic # 240672 19-Sep-2018 19:32
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What is the status of UFB for Takapau? The list online says 2022 but I have 2 people claim they are rolling it out now. I would be interested to know thanks.

 

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  Reply # 2093406 19-Sep-2018 19:37
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Based on chorus's maps September next year.

personally i don't count that as fibre at all though. 

 

 

 

That's like providing fibre to a single house in outram then saying outram now has fibre!





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  Reply # 2093407 19-Sep-2018 19:41
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Thanks for that. Can you please explain this "FFP" and how Takapau would compare to a standard FTTP UFB install?


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  Reply # 2093408 19-Sep-2018 19:43
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MichaelNZ:

 

Thanks for that. Can you please explain this "FFP" and how Takapau would compare to a standard FTTP UFB install?

 

 

Think of it like cabinet area, that's likely the easiest to explain. (there isn't actually a cabinet, it's passive gear fed from the exchange these days)

 

 

 

it's a standard UFB GPON install. 





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  Reply # 2093409 19-Sep-2018 19:46
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hio77:

 

Think of it like cabinet area, that's likely the easiest to explain. (there isn't actually a cabinet, it's passive gear fed from the exchange these days)

 

 

 

it's a standard UFB GPON install. 

 

 

This sounds like a normal UFB layout?


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  Reply # 2093411 19-Sep-2018 19:47
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MichaelNZ:

 

This sounds like a normal UFB layout?

 

 

yes exactly.





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