NBN

                                                       NBN Internet

 

At Candour Communications, we make it simple to do business by connecting you whenever and wherever you are.

 

Advances in technology have led to business applications that have simplified the daily operations of an organisation, but they require faster, more stable network access. We provide nationwide service coverage, an extensive full suite of products, and simple to understand pricing, making us exceptionally easy to deal with.

Out team is helping to prepare businesses for Australia’s next generation Internet Connectivity Service. We provide five different access methods to connect you to the NBN.

What is NBN?

NBN – National Broadband Network. What does this mean? NBNCo are replacing old copper wires with new fibre cables to increase speed significantly for your Internet connections.

What is FTTP and FTTN?

FTTP is Fibre to the Premises and FTTN is Fibre to the Node. A node is a junction box which sits on a street. The nodes are all linked up by fibre cables. The copper wires from your premises link into this node. But what does that mean for the average person? Currently the speed of Internet upload and download depends on the length of the copper wires. Eg, how far away from the telephone exchange your premises is. With the nodes it will be like having a telephone exchange at the end of your street therefore less copper wire to travel down hence the speeds will be much faster. FTTN is the type which is currently being rolled out by NBNCo. 

What is an ATA?

An analogue telephone adaptor (ATA) is a device used to connect a standard telephone to a computer or network so that the user can make calls over the Internet therefore you will not need to replace your telephone system. Candour Communications can supply and install these devices.

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