Vincent Cunniffe wrote:
>> Mike Knell wrote:
> > FWIW, I live in the north end of Glasnevin and when my housemate
> > to get an extra phone line, Eircom ended up having to fly cable all
> > the way from the Whitehall exchange. There isn't any infrastructure
> > under my part of the world at all, AFAIK.
>> Ditto Blackrock.
>> They don't have ready capacity for either voice or ISDN lines, and when
> they *did* run a line, it was of too low a quality for ISDN, and they
> had to run another one.
>> And I mean *run* : there were no available cables. This is a 4 minute
> walk from the dead centre of Blackrock.
1. There are other infrastructure providers in this country now,
besides TE, all of whom are using fibre to their street cabinets.
2. My email included a chart giving details of the BW expectations at
different distances from the exchange or end of Fibre loop, i.e. Street
3. This service is scheduled to start up next November, that's after
Global-crossings 60Gb line kicks in on June 30th. Also, AFAIK the other
provides will be allowed to run their own tails as well...
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