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Standard User 5km
(knowledge is power) Sun 12-Jun-11 11:01:01
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Re: VDSL2 spectrum change - higher speeds for FTTC


[re: RutlandTelecom] [link to this post]
 
Perhaps I should move this to the Selling thread...

http://forums.thinkbroadband.com/notspot/f/3664889-c...

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Standard User RutlandTelecom
(learned) Mon 13-Jun-11 21:52:00
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Re: VDSL2 spectrum change - higher speeds for FTTC


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Use of VDSL from the exchange would need a separate application to NICC. There is no technical reason as to why it could not be used now - the only "risk" to the operator is if a PCP is built between the exchange and end users - they would have to revert back to ADSL2+

For now we find that ADSL2+ bonding gives better speeds than VDSL so no real demand for it

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Standard User nemeth782
(learned) Tue 28-Jun-11 19:25:43
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Re: VDSL2 spectrum change - higher speeds for FTTC


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You said before (here) that you were looking into exchange based VDSL for EO lines... did anything ever come of it?


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Standard User RutlandTelecom
(learned) Fri 01-Jul-11 17:55:53
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Re: VDSL2 spectrum change - higher speeds for FTTC


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No we have not seen sufficient demand to follow it up. We have some customers using bonded ADSL2+ (48/2) and those that want higher upload can use EFM (5/5 per line).

Perhaps if/when VDSL2 is allowed up to 100Mbps it will be worth pursuing for EO lines. We have no experience of getting something like that through NICC - they may want to see significant evidence of demand and justification before agreeing to it.

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