Thursday, November 15, 2012

The National Broadband Network (NBN) Explained

Oxmar Properties new prestige estate Narangba Heights will be fitted and ready to connect to the NBN upon the completion of building homes. Many people are confused about what the NBN is and how it will impact them, so Oxmar have put together a short article and video to help explain more about the NBN.

What is NBN?

The National Broadband Network is a next-generation broadband network designed for Australia’s future needs. The network comprises of three technologies - optic fibre, fixed wireless and next-generation satellite – and will provide more reliable, high-speed broadband access to all Australians.

Why do we need NBN?

Australia mostly relies on an ageing copper telecommunications network to connect homes to the internet. As a result, our broadband performance lags behind many of the world’s more advanced countries.
The NBN rollout represents a significant leap in the quality and speed of broadband  access currently available to most Australians, and is part of a comprehensive plan to prepare Australia’s telecommunications infrastructure for the future.
The NBN will give every Australian greater access to goods and services, no matter where they live.
It will also change the way healthcare and education can be delivered by allowing people to access more information and services online — particularly in regional and remote areas.
High-speed broadband will also promote efficiency, productivity and new opportunities for businesses, helping them to reach more customers, improve logistics and create new ways of working.

The NBN Explained

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