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Strung out: Google Fiber reportedly slashing staff, may kill future expansions

Strung out: Google Fiber reportedly slashing staff, may kill future expansions For four years, Google Fiber has offered a high-speed Internet access alternative.While Google Fiber has been well-received in the press and technical publications, actual sign-ups appear to be far below the company’s target goal of five million people.

New Ethernet standards will offer up to 5Gbps performance using cables you already own

New Ethernet standards will offer up to 5Gbps performance using cables you already own Consumer Ethernet performance has been stuck at gigabit speeds for nearly 20 years.Apple was the first company to ship gigabit Ethernet in motherboards.

Kiwis now have access to game changing Gigabit UFB

Kiwis now have access to game changing Gigabit UFB Tens of thousands of New Zealanders are in reach of Gigabit broadband, a bit of a game changer in the digital realm.Which is why Ultrafast Fibre Limited and Northpower Fibre’s latest announcement is exciting for Kiwis.

Tel review uld mean huge opportunities for NZ

Tel review uld mean huge opportunities for NZ Does anyone need Gigabit fibre in 2016?Happening in parallel with the rollout of “stream-five-HD-videos at once” Internet is the review of our Telco Rules for 2020 and beyond.

2degrees targets ‘multi-device’ users with new fibre broadband offering

2degrees targets ‘multi-device’ users with new fibre broadband offering The Gigabit Speed Boost will bring up to 1Gbps down and 500Mbps upload when added to an Ultra-fast fibre plan.The company says that its Speed Boost is designed for high data users with multiple devices, not households with single computers.

Vodafone announces pricing for gigabit broadband plans

Vodafone announces pricing for gigabit broadband plans After spending $22 million and partnering with Huawei, much of the cable network Vodafone inherited by acquiring TelstraClear is now capable of running at gigabit speeds.Where billions have been invested in installing fibre infrastructure throughout New Zealand, Vodafone was able to marry its cable network with high capacity fibre and cabinets.