Reasons for BRI ISDN
Wed, 13 Nov 1996 07:04:59 +1000
At 15:12 11/11/96 -0700, Jan wrote:
>Reason for BRI ISDN: rural connectivity for videoconferencing and other
>I don't see the cable roll outs going past many bush
>doorsteps/laneways/etc. Once again, it's all well and good to talk about
>the CBDs, but the CBDs have ALWAYS been privileged. Not all business or
>education or public service is done there.
While this is true there are a plethora of cable companies scrambling to
tie up the more profitable regional areas to cable network systems.
It may well follow that the commercial providers will do what the govt and
semi-govt bodies have not seen fit to do. It is quite possible that this
will follow the same rollout as the narrowband services as it would appear
that the narrowband services are being used as a guide to acceptance of the
technology, and as an indication of which will be the more viable regions to
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