Australia - Broadband Projects - Victoria

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Last updated: 5 Nov 2008 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 8

Analyst: Paul Budde


This report has been archived. A number of key broadband initiatives have been undertaken in Victoria up to early 2006. The broadbanding of central Victoria has seen some key initiative put in place in Mildura, Castlemaine and the Macedon Ranges. The City of Whittlesea in conjunction with Casey, Cardinia, Wyndham and Melton Councils has developed a Melbourne growth council consortium to bring broadband to new development areas. The Collaborative Optical Leading Test bed (COLT) Project is a Ballarat-based, project involving 40 organisations and is a test bed for fibre-to-the-home/business solutions. By August 2006 the Victorian Pyrenees/Grampians Customer Access Network (CAN) Demonstration Project was delivering broadband access to local businesses and households.

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