National networks are being built out in Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United States, the United Kingdom – and Australia, which is prioritising regional and hard-to-reach areas within the network footprint, and bringing high-speed broadband of at least 25Mbps to 100 percent of the population despite its large geography.

In this white paper, NetComm Wireless CTO Steve Collins provides unique insights into how Australia has set the bar far higher than seen in equivalent markets using existing wireless LTE/4.5G, fibre, copper and HFC investments. Find out how these investments can be optimized to reduce the unknown, or uncontrolled, portion of network infrastructure using specially engineered Fixed Wireless Network Termination Devices (FWNTDs) and Fibre or Cable to the Distribution Point (FTTdp/CTTdp) technologies.

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