On 8th April 2018, in Sydney, NBN Co. Limited (nbn) officially launched NetComm Wireless Limited (ASX: NTC). And they are proud of supplying the network accessing devices that connect homes and businesses to nbn TM Fibre-to-the-Curb.
NetComm Wireless Limited is a reputed developer of fixed wireless M2M or Industrial loT, fixed wireless broadband, fibre and cable, distribution point technologies that support connecting world.
Under NetComm Wireless, nbn TM FTTC has planned to introduce fibre-like speeds to a million Australian premises, just by applying the first reverse powered Distribution Point Unit (DPU) and Network Connection Device (NCD) technology.
The NetComm Wireless Company’s overall development, product design, and testing processes are organized in-house to ensure fast time to distribute and the overall high-quality standards. This new solution has been introduced by those teams who work under NetComm Wireless’Sydney and Melbourne, that is based on the centres of excellence and are highly skilled Australian engineers.
In a recent interview, CEO and Managing Director of NetCommWireless, Ken Sheridan said that on this important world first project, they are privileged to be nbn’s supplier. NetComm Wireless is the product of Australian innovation, ability, and the benefits to Australian households and businesses will be profound.
He further added that after meeting with nbn’s technical and quality standards, their solution is getting significant interest, not only from the best telcos in the global markets but to the export sales.
Even NBN Co’s Chief Customer Officer-Residential, Brad Whitcomb said that from the past few months, they are engaged with the service providers to test their systems and the processes, the performance of the nbn TM FTTC that are accessing the technology along with the innovative self-installation experiences.
He further continued saying that the present day declaration demonstrates that NBN Co. which will provide Australians with the accessibility to fast broadband, is an adopter of new and ingenious technologies.
Whitcomb goes on saying that with the initiative of any new technology, they will still continue to gain knowledge as they will navigate the complexity of the build along with the possible issues which may arise if the people get connected to the network.
NetComm Wireless is actually an Australian based company, who is much ardent about supplying the faster broadband to more houses shortly. And while working with nbn to get the knowledge about the challenges and the scope of the Australian environment. These lead to the establishment of the world’s first reverse that is powered by DPU and NCD that allows the fibre like the speeds over copper.
The NetComm Wireless’DPU also allows the nbn to avoid costly and confusion civil works on the private property that requires Fiber-to-the-Premises (FTTP) to deliver faster broadband to many houses shortly. The DPU which is installed in the telecommunications abyss at the outside the boundary and they are connected to almost four premises to the fibre by using the existing copper lines.
The DPU used in conjunction with the NetComm Wireless’ NCD, to give a real alternative to FTTP. Even though the NCD is self-installed by the users but they are fuse with Gfast and VDSL modem along with the reverse power feed to power the DPU from inside the boundary, that saves on the cost of running a power line to individual units.
NetComm Wireless’ VDSL and Gfast DPU are designed in such a way that provides good broadband performance with the extension of managing connectivity along with the performance checking, a combination of network grade diagnostics, and private the management functions.
While engineering to setup the support for the enhancing to Gigabit speeds, NetComm Wireless’Gfast DPU uses up 212 MHz to maximize the speed, capacity, and performances, when required.
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