NBN Co to launch broadband trial for rural students

Monday 29 January 2018 | 11:43 CET | News
NBN Co, the company building Australia's national wholesale broadband access network, will soon launch a 'multicast' service trial provided over the NBN Sky Muster satellite service. The service aims to enable students to share large files and participate in high-resolution virtual classrooms from home without interfering with their standard broadband connection. The service will be trialled over the next few months in 15 locations across the Northern Territory including the School of The Air in Alice Springs, Katherine and Ludmilla. NBN Co will work with the schools to test different

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Categories: Internet
Companies: NBN Co
Countries: Australia
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