By Kate Kellogg, The Washington TimesRead more"We're looking at a situation where a large part of the market is still not paying for internet service and they're looking to take advantage of a situation that we think could help a lot of people in rural areas," said Steve Kestler, an analyst with Forrester Research, who tracks wireless broadband."It's a bit like the cellphone market in the 1990s, w...
The Australian government has announced plans to launch a new fixed wireless network that will be powered by Zeta’s own fibre-to-the-node technology.
Zeta Networks, which has its headquarters in Sydney, said on Thursday that it will roll out fixed wireless in Australia through a partnership with a third-party company, with the first 100 homes and businesses expected to be connected by March 2019.ZETA Networks’ first 100 home and business customers will be connected to its fibre-optic network, the company said in a statement on Thursday.
The company said that the fixed wireless service will offer speeds of up to 100 megabits per second, a speed that is faster than the current mobile broadband network.
Zeta said it has signed up more than 400 new home and businesses in Australia since it launched in 2014.