New Zealand - Infrastructure - NGNs and FttH

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Last updated: 6 Dec 2010 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 16

Analyst: Stephen McNamara


The term Next Generation Network is a broad term used to describe a telecommunications network where all the information for both voice and data services is transported in data packets from any point in the network to any other location.

This report provides information and analysis of developments relating to NGNs and FttH in New Zealand – excluding the government’s national fibre initiative – but including brief details of regional and local initiatives around the country. Information on the upgraded Karen network and VDSL2, including the launch of wholesale services by Telecom in late 2010, is also provided.

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