Impact of new technologies on broadband roll out

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by goodboy, Nov 11, 2005.

  1. goodboy

    goodboy Guest

    Hey there,

    I am just preparing an assessment of the impact of technological
    on the rollout of brandband form government policy perspective.

    I am writing to you from Ireland.

    I would like to get to know how from your point of view new technologies
    impact development and accessibility of broadband internet (what speed is
    available & what are current trends) in your country.

    What I would like to know also is what Regulatory (government bodies) in
    your country is doing to help in development of accessibility of broadband
    in cities and also rural areas.

    I would be really grateful for all ansawer.

    Thanking you in advance.

    goodboy, Nov 11, 2005
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    MinusNet Guest

    goodboy wrote
    .... I'm stuck and I'd like you suckers to finish it off for me...
    MinusNet, Nov 11, 2005
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    Muxton Guest

    MinusNet, I think many of your posts are junk, but in this one you
    echoed my thoughts perfectly.
    Muxton, Nov 11, 2005
  4. goodboy

    goodboy Guest

    Not actually guys.
    As you realize in many European countries we have different legislation,
    lobbies, politicians influencing decissions of local telecoms I was curious
    how does the new technology chnges the reality.
    As I am in Ireland and it seems that the governmant is trying to push 2Mbps
    to every single house in coutryside for a huge price.
    We had lectures recenlty with Eircom's pricing director and there was
    nothing said about new technologies... surprising.
    I am researching European, USA, Canada and some Asian countries.
    How else would I get any info if not this way?
    What I am interested in is just what technolgies (FastNet/WiMax) are used
    and how does it improve the current situation. I am not a techy guy and this
    is for digital economy studies.

    Thanks for response anyway,

    goodboy, Nov 11, 2005
  5. research via journals, web search engines etc.


    Phil Thompson, Nov 11, 2005
  6. Blimey, I hope the speel chacker on your wordprocessor works a bit
    better than the one on your newsreader! :-0

    Go and look up LLU, ADSL2+, VDSL, fibre to the home, BT's 21st C
    network etc etc.
    Simon Pleasants, Nov 11, 2005
  7. goodboy

    Flying Rat Guest

    Go and read that site, covers everything you might want to know about
    British ADSL and broadband in general.

    Flying Rat, Nov 11, 2005
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    Gel Guest

    Gel, Nov 12, 2005
  9. goodboy

    goodboy Guest

    Thank you all guys for the links.
    Very much appreciated.
    goodboy, Nov 12, 2005
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