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Mobile broadband to overtake fixed broadband data speeds

August 22, 2008

Mobile News has a post that The GSM Association has commented that mobile broadband could hit 100Mbps before fixed fibre lines.

For a lot of people in Australia this is definitely no surprise due to our poor fixed broadband coverage. Today there are people who can utilise faster mobile broadband data speeds than what access they can get around fixed data.

Whilst many taut mobile broadband to be the holy grail of new generation network connectivity, the reality will see us using a hybrid of services.

Whilst mobile broadband’s strengths are expansive coverage and of course mobility, the traditional telco model it enjoys today will be threatened by next generation hybrid mesh networks of the future.

Posted By Shane Williamson

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