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The #NBN is a crisis for not only telecommunications but also the electrical grid. #auspol #SmartGrid
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#auspol @GilesParkinson has a lot of information here but perhaps doesn't explain some useful salient facts abot @AEMO_Media and @the_AEMC that cause the delays and what is being done. 2/
Note: Beta Testing of PSCAD modelling platform 3/
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Inquiry into the business case for the #NBN and the experiences of small businesses – Parliament of Australia - due 17/1 - working on submission - maximising the value of the nbn - comparing #aU to #OECD and top 10 trading partners…
Outlining my #nbn thinking to maximise #value of #nbn
#nbn - where have we come from; where are we now; what is left to do; where are we going.... 1. where from
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When I first switched to the #NBN, I was sceptical. HFC doesn't exactly have the best reputation, after all; Who wouldn't be? There was also the fact that @NBN_Australia delayed my rollout for a year over HFC quality issues. Hmm...
Installation appointment day rolled around and ... nope. Nobody turned up. No phone call, no SMS, no nothing; I had cleared by calendar of meetings and stayed home for a day on the expectation that I might not have internet access, and NBNco was a no-show. Not a great start.
The rescheduled appointment @NBN_Australia offered was in the gap between Anzac Day and Easter. If they'd already offered the excuse that they were "resource constrained" for the first no-show, why on earth would they reschedule for a week when everyone's on leave? Fool me once?
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Why is your network so fundamentally hopeless, @NBN_Australia? Why, when *your* Arris cable model resets several times per day, do you need RSPs to do the legwork for investigation and fault-finding? Why don't you have your own telemetry about how bad your access network is? #nbn
@NBN_Australia You, @NBN_Australia, have a complete holistic picture of your complete HFC cable network plant. But you let repeated long-run faults linger basically forever, shunting the responsibility back on RSPs, when it's OBVIOUSLY your problem to fix, your fault.
@NBN_Australia What does it take in Australia to make the authority which is in charge of national broadband deliver a reliable broadband service? What the hell is wrong with you people? Why aren't you logging telemetry, monitoring trends, being proactive about faults?
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