Broadband ‘Not Good Enough’

A leading international broadband expert says Australia will be left behind if its Internet infrastructure does not keep up with international standards. Professor Larry Smarr from the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology says the current political debate is critical to Australia’s global economic status. Professor Smarr told ABC Radio’s AM program that a full fibre optic network is needed, as the copper network is not fast enough

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