At the start of the week in the city of Ballarat, National Broadband Network introduces its services with double internet speed 100Mbps download and 40Mbps upload. This service can be attained by a new product which is fixed and wireless, NBN thanks for making such a technology that connect the collection of related items of content so that they can be displayed and then can be linked.
NBN announces that this new product will be hands on in earlier of next year for that company made a partnership with Ericsson, Qualcomm, and NetComm Wireless for this new product NTD (Network Termination Device).
Officials of NBN also said that it just starts providing fast internet service, this service will be accessed across the whole country. Initially, the speed will remain up to 15 km apart from the tower, and on the launch of this technology the existing devices will upgrade with it although the towers may not need to upgrade or any changing.
Moreover, you have to knowledge about through this fixed wireless service, a user who is sitting in a rural area or in an industrial area or live in big cities can equally enjoy faster internet service. Company main intentions are to cover 8% of the total population with the help of satellite.
NBN’s Finance and revenue department forecast that company will earn revenue about AU$22 million in the first half of the year 2017. Total cost suffered by the company in the first half of the year will be AU$177 million from all of its stations. With the passage of time company per sector cost of each premise will be reduced.