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Old 22-08-2009, 12:00 AM   #286
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That's just the point right, no ONT right? Or it's already integrated ONT and requires power source?



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Old 22-08-2009, 12:00 AM   #287
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meaning next time i subscribe to MIOTV i'll get a free game box and can "rent" game off the cable/fibre?


yup...but the downside is u will contracted tied down when u sign up..basically nowdays snbb MIO home package consists of snbb+miotv+voice/del(analogue) line..after min usage of 1yr u can return back the miotv set top box..for snbb standalone only esp current promoFOC mac book or netbook..they throw in the miotv FOC..once installed min usage is 3-6mths...its in ur fine print of ur contract..no obligations for long term like mio home users
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Old 22-08-2009, 12:03 AM   #288
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That's just the point right, no ONT right? Or it's already integrated ONT and requires power source?
thats the booster set top to boost the signal from outside distribution point(DP) or latest Fibre DP to end user and used back the copper RJ11 wiring set up in ur house.fibre optics cant bend ard corner ike RJ11.
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Old 22-08-2009, 12:05 AM   #289
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Can post how the bottom port looks like bo
idk i got those pics from the website. ill take pics when they come and install next month
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Old 22-08-2009, 12:07 AM   #290
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opennet has alot of pic of how the cable will be laid but not what method is bandwidth distributed...or maybe i am phrasing in a wrong manner
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Old 22-08-2009, 12:11 AM   #291
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Anyone knows which contractor responsible for which area? I hope I get NCS.

Contractors:

NCS Communication Engineering Ling Choon Bee 96668753 lingcb@ncs.com.sg
wungling@ncs.com.sg

JAMES Contractor Pte Ltd Chia Wu Ser 97552503 jamesctr5@gmail.com

JOIN AGES Construction Pte Ltd Alvin Leow 93363899 alvin.leow@joinages.com.sg
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WEE GUAN Construction Pte Ltd James Chia 91852561 weeguan@live.com

LUCKY JOINT Construction Pte Ltd Calvin Yeow 97886789 calvin@luckyjoint.com.sg

SER CHUAN Construction Pte. Ltd Miss Teo 65635594 fax: 65635915
48 Toh Guan Road East # 01-108 Enterprise Hub
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LIM KIM HUAT Building Construction Lim Kim Huat 68936898 fax: 68936938
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Old 22-08-2009, 12:13 AM   #292
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"After installing this point, does it mean I can enjoy high speed broadband without subscribing to SingNet/StarHub/PacNet anymore?
You can choose to subscribe to any service offered by any Retail Service Provider over the fibre network. It is anticipated that SingNet, StarHub and PacNet may also offer their high speed broadband services over the fibre network in the future."
from: http://www.opennet.com.sg/faq/for-re...vate/#faq00025

anyone knows what does it mean? or is like i said; singnet still use ADSL but instead of copper cable, its fiber
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Old 22-08-2009, 12:19 AM   #293
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idk i got those pics from the website. ill take pics when they come and install next month
Will be waiting for pics
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Old 22-08-2009, 12:33 AM   #294
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Possible Home Networkings:
http://www.ida.gov.sg/Infrastructure...731133157.aspx

Possible FTTH Uses:
http://www.ida.gov.sg/Infrastructure...731133637.aspx
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Old 22-08-2009, 12:38 AM   #295
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cos the no. of users in pacnet cable and m1 not as many as starhub

btw so u are agreeing that FTTH infra would be the same as cable..not DSL?
No, they are on the same sharing pipe as Starhub.
Starhub last mile (aka local) infra does NOT have any issues.

Which is why on the same set of infra, using PacNet and M1 is better. The problem does not occur at it end-user distribution point, rather at the NOC and upstream side of the relevant ISP service.
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Old 22-08-2009, 12:49 AM   #296
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No, they are on the same sharing pipe as Starhub.
Starhub last mile (aka local) infra does NOT have any issues.

Which is why on the same set of infra, using PacNet and M1 is better. The problem does not occur at it end-user distribution point, rather at the NOC and upstream side of the relevant ISP service.
but FTTH operating is award to SH right ?
so will it be the same ?
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Old 22-08-2009, 12:51 AM   #297
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Ok, here goes my multi-quote.

Looks like I need to start sourcing around for ONT liao. Never like Aztech coz their products are just sub-standard quality.
Have you tried an Aztech recently?
opennet has alot of pic of how the cable will be laid but not what method is bandwidth distributed...or maybe i am phrasing in a wrong manner
See back the PON method. Bandwidth contention can be adjusted accordingly and should not be a problem.
"After installing this point, does it mean I can enjoy high speed broadband without subscribing to SingNet/StarHub/PacNet anymore?
You can choose to subscribe to any service offered by any Retail Service Provider over the fibre network. It is anticipated that SingNet, StarHub and PacNet may also offer their high speed broadband services over the fibre network in the future."
from: http://www.opennet.com.sg/faq/for-re...vate/#faq00025

anyone knows what does it mean? or is like i said; singnet still use ADSL but instead of copper cable, its fiber
You need to subscribe to an ISP that pays for the infra and operation of the fibre network.
This is a tier-ed structure. The companies behind the fiber network will charge the ISP to link from them to you. The ISP are the one providing you the service.

ADSL is designed for copper phone wiring. They're different technology.

but FTTH operating is award to SH right ?
so will it be the same ?
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Well, its similar to what they're doing now. Offering their local pipes for PacNet and M1 to sell their service. Except for this new fiber network, the infrastructure does not belong to them but OpenNet. They only operate the equipments for network side.

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Old 22-08-2009, 09:06 AM   #298
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aztech so bad ...

I thought is quite alright ...
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Old 22-08-2009, 11:22 AM   #299
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Interesting article

http://www.eurocomms.com/asset/583/A...e%20Paper).pdf
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Old 22-08-2009, 12:00 PM   #300
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will upload and download speed still have a big difference?
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