Federal Government to build national broadband network
THE Federal Government has announced the “largest infrastructure decision in Australia’s history” after deciding not to award the national broadband network contract to a company.
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd said the Government would lead the development of a national fibre-to-the-home broadband network up to “100 times faster than what many people use now”.
The ambitious project will take up to eight years, cost $43 billion, create tens of thousands of jobs and will see fibre-optic cable laid out to individual houses.
The fibre-optic network, providing speeds of up to 100 megabits per second, will cover 90 per cent of Australians, while the rest will have access to a mix of wireless and satellite connections……..
telstra 唔做, optus 唔做就係last mile 既成本太高.
雖然australia 既network 真係好慢, 同其他國家比簡直係”嚴重缺乏競爭力”
呢43billion 係促進就業市場既政策多過改善IT infrastructure
嗯….. fibre-optic 邊只 100mb/s ?? 最少都1gb/s 掛…
btw, 可能由於我唔係好幫得手:p , 所以公司最近要請人