Residential gigabit is getting born today.
In Taranaki, these tweets from Primo Wireless tell the story with improving speedtest results.
So first of all congratulations to Primo wireless for 2 things, one is giving it a bit of the old 'Naki' hard core attitude and seeing what they can do with a gig and secondly for being open about their testing and the results.
I've heard they've identified some hardware issues, thats to be expected but now they can get on with creating real gigabit products for their customers.
As you can see a premium 1gb/s product will be somewhere in the $200 - $400 range, which isn't actually surprising and highlights the biggest unanswered question surrounding Chorus's gigatown competition, even with the wholesale circuit being $27.50 cheaper than UFF the rest of the stack will have similar costs.
This makes me take articles like this with a grain of salt.
Anyway congratulations to Primo and UFF on turning an audacious idea into reality, bring on the giganation...
They've keep playing over the weekend and this is the result:
I've got to be in New Plymouth tomorrow so I'll make a detour to Inglewood to meet these guys