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Articles about Broadband Performance, latest at the top:

Friday, March 20, 2015
Rural Broadband - the Poor Country Cousin The Rural Broadband Initiative (RBI) funded by Government is having an immense impact, halving download times for upgraded connections, but still not as good as urban broadband. Older rural ADSL connections take more than twice as long to load webpages than RBI upgraded connections, and approaching 3 times that of Urban services.  
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
TrueNet Tests Surprise - ADSL Broadband Speed is More Consistent TrueNet Broadband speed tests show surprising improvements in the consistency of ADSL performance in our third year of publishing results.  What appeared to be excellent consistency of speed in December 2013, would now be uncompetitive. TrueNet’s quarterly report on Local Fibre Companies (LFC) shows some degradation in speed since the last report in October 2014.
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
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Vodafone Tops International Speed Test ISPs are increasingly raising their performance across many of the regular TrueNet test measurements.   The exceptions include, ADSL & VDSL File Download speeds from the USA (Dallas) where Vodafone is well ahead of the rest, and the range of Latency results in this report. The Quarterly Latency report shows Vodafone and Spark are best in Fibre, Snap and Vodafone in VDSL; while in ADSL the smaller ISPs of Flip, Bigpipe and Snap are all best by a large margin.  Domain Name Server reponse times (DNS) continue to be dominated by Snap, first in every region. Australian ISPs have consistently poor performances in the webpage download categories, as well as in latency tests, even from sites in Australia.

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