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The pinch point isn't the network its what the RSPs can afford in CVC charges.

If CVC gets below then maybe FTTN ADA becomes a pinch point (for 200 nodes) – so the NBN activates the spare fibres, or upgrades to 10GB cards (per your 67% rule) Again the CVC charge becomes the pinch point Again Mike stated that as usage went up then charges would be reduced accordingly so "NO PINCH POINT" on CVC – noting that his commercially accepted Business Plan provided for a ROI of 7 percent return on which it would deliver!

The simple numbers I done shows there will be limited bandwidth on any platform on the nbn, so much for this expected 1GBps that many think is needed.

Now Raoul, your simply being silly and providing yet another unsubstantiated opinion which isn't based on fact!

And I will note with respect to data carrying capacity, is the reality provided in the tests done by Ericsson back in 2013 which provided for 1Tbps Fibre to carry data on, which no doubt would see congestion consigned to the boon docks for a few years at least had these or similar backhaul links been put insitu by NBN Co as part of the rollout under the LNP.

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The modelling that poster done was correct demonstrated by all the congestion due to CVC but he got shouted down.What is political suicide is building an antiquated system that simply doesn't work and then throwing your hands up in the air like the CEO of NBN Co did at Senate Estimates attempting to blame the RSP's for the congestion when essentially it is the LNP's polices and the obsolete architecture that they are deploying that is at fault....Its not straight forward :p Both statements can technically be true.All of which would share in the benefits that pretty much the infinite additional capacity and upgradability that FTTH provides as the service is migrated from 1Gbps to10Gbps to40Gbps to80Gbps to160Gbps and so forth and so on!And yet here we are with MTM and its UPTO 25Mbps Peak Speed service where already we are seeing the public wise up to the fact that paying for 100/40 on a network that will never deliver that, is simply FTTNNnnn stupid and therefore they are electing not to subscribe to the higher tier levels!

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