Ericsson has taken its ‘NBN-in-a-box’ to several Government agencies in Canberra and the press and industry communities in Sydney and Melbourne.
The intent is to demonstrate the kind of architecture Ericsson expects/hopes NBNCo will consider when rolling out the FttH (fibre to the home) portion of the network.
Pictured (left) is Ericsson engineer Sam Salame - who has worked on the rollout of Libya's FTTH (fibre to the home) project.
Incidentally, Salame has just got a call to fibre up the palace of de facto Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi in time for the 40th anniversary of Libya's Socialist-Islamic revolution.
He's checking his schedule as we speak.