Microsoft Australia's managing director has voiced concerns over the fibre to the node strategy currently being considered by Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull, revealing that it is lobbying the government over the plan.
Speaking at a CEDA Event in Sydney, Microsoft's Australian MD Pip Marlow said that fibre to the home would be superior for upload speeds over the current fibre to the node (FttN) system.
She added that Microsoft Australia is currently lobbying the government to try and understand how people will be using the FttN system in the long run. [AAP]
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