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Net Neutrality 2.0 Consultation Comprehensive – Your Opinion Matters

Net neutrality IndiaThe TRAI has issued another consultation paper on Net Neutrality which is an extension of past restrictive regulatory actions (for telcos) such as prohibition of discriminatory tariffs for data services and recommendations on provisioning of free data.

The consultation discusses several critical issues such as the core principles of net neutrality (NN), traffic management practices (TMP), transparency and Continue reading Net Neutrality 2.0 Consultation Comprehensive – Your Opinion Matters

National Broadband Project of Australia – An Insight

Internet_India.PNGThe Coalition in Australia is committed to completing a national broadband solution – National Broadband Network (NBN), albeit with a number of changes. The Coalition has stated that it is committed to the NBN being a wholesale-only, open-access vehicle.

Incorporate a broader mix of technologies for NBN
While the current NBN plan would see 93% of the country receive a fibre-to-the-home solution, the Coalition has voiced its support for a greater mix of technologies being used to deliver broadband. We would expect that FTTH would largely be contained to homes already completed, existing premises under construction where sunk costs dictate completion is economic, areas where remediation costs for the copper are extremely high, and for new Greenfield sites. We expect that Continue reading National Broadband Project of Australia – An Insight