ISP, Netspace has begun rolling out its national next generation high-speed broadband services (ADSL2+).
Netspace will be offering ADSL2+ through a mixture of wholesale agreements with infrastructure providers and through the deployment of its own infrastructure in exchanges of commercial strategic importance, including locations where currently no ADSL2+ infrastructure exists.
Stuart Marburg, managing director, Netspace said the ISP has watched with interest other providers struggle with the difficulties of implementing their ADSL2+ services.
“Our strategy from the outset has been to allow a little time for this new technology to mature in order to fully evaluate the market and determine the most appropriate long term model for the provision of these services,” he said.
Netspace will be offering ADSL2+ plans to residential and business customers, which will feature both straight ADSL2+ Internet services and bundling with other services, said Marburg.
Netspace rolls out ADSL2+
By Staff Writers on Sep 20, 2006 3:25PM