Result of UFB Decisions to Date? (relates to business focused services only)

To get a good idea of pricing, you can have a read of this document before trying to make sense of what I have written below. Existing open access infrastructure providers are feeling the pinch, particularly when it comes to their dark fibre products. Some providers of layer 2 services are having to have a …

The Cost of IPv4 Address Space Exhaustion

You may have seen this link doing the rounds this week http://nztelco.com/content/?p=303. It gives a great graphical illustration of how many IPv4 addresses each Telco in NZ has available, and given the fact APNIC has nothing left to give, that’s all they will ever have. DTS is in the list, we have approximately twenty thousand …

The Cost of IPv4 Address Space Exhaustion

You may have seen this link doing the rounds this week http://nztelco.com/content/?p=303. It gives a great graphical illustration of how many IPv4 addresses each Telco in NZ has available, and given the fact APNIC has nothing left to give, that’s all they will ever have. DTS is in the list, we have approximately twenty thousand …

Flat Rate Plans – Fast vs Cheap

Flat Rate Plan Considerations There is a certainly a lot of talk about the need for flat rate residential plans in NZ, similar to those in Australia at present. While the conversation often seems to ignore the far greater economies of scale enjoyed by Australian ISP’s and the cheaper national transit available to them, it …

Choosing the right circuit type for your business

Deciding on the right circuit type for your business We recently had a client on an unlicensed spectrum wireless connection experiencing issues with SIP based call quality, they had also had a couple of outages. It turned out that the outages were actually due to a rugby world cup banner having been placed on the …

Choosing the right circuit type for your business

Deciding on the right circuit type for your business We recently had a client on an unlicensed spectrum wireless connection experiencing issues with SIP based call quality, they had also had a couple of outages. It turned out that the outages were actually due to a rugby world cup banner having been placed on the …