The NBN is rolling out high-speed broadband to thousands of Australian homes and businesses, including businesses in the state of Victoria.
The rollout began in October last year and will be rolled out over the next six months.
The rollout has been delayed several times over the past year because of problems with the network.
This latest delay comes as the rollout is being rolled out in a bid to ease bottlenecks caused by the installation of the network on existing infrastructure.
In an interview with The Australian Financial review, NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow said the rollout would take “at least two years”.
The company has been working on upgrading its existing infrastructure in a project known as the “next-generation” rollout.
It will install a new copper network that will connect to the existing network in order to make it more resilient to network faults and increase the speed of the rollout.
This upgrade is the first step towards delivering the next generation of the NBN, which is due to be delivered by 2021.
The NBN Co is building a new fibre network from Telstra’s network to the network in Victoria.
Mr Morrow said there were plans to use the upgraded copper network to connect the network to existing infrastructure such as power stations, water treatment facilities and roads.
The state of Telstra has told the Australian Financial that it would be installing the new copper infrastructure on existing copper infrastructure in the area, but Mr Morrow says the state will not be supplying the new network.
This is the second time the state has delayed the rollout and Mr Morrow acknowledged the situation was “very challenging”.
“It’s not like we have no problems with copper, we’ve had a couple of issues with the new installation of fibre.”
So this is not the first time that the state’s been delayed on this project, but we’re working on it and we’re optimistic that we’ll be able to get it done in time for the rollout to start,” he said.NBN Co says it has received “thousands of applications” for its fibre network.
But the rollout has also been delayed by delays in installing the network itself.
The network is being upgraded to use an upgradeable copper network, which requires extra copper wire to be laid on the copper network itself to improve its resilience.
This has led to some of the problems the NBN Co has encountered in the past.
The company’s network upgrade was delayed because of a problem with the installation.
This resulted in the installation being rolled back several times, causing bottlenech problems.
When the copper was installed, the company found that it was “incompatible with the existing copper network”.
The network was upgraded to have a new cable which can carry faster data speeds than the existing cable.
However, the copper cable was damaged during the upgrade, which led to “very serious” damage to the copper infrastructure.
The copper was then replaced with a new “slimmed down” copper network.
The network is still not fully functional and is currently undergoing repairs.
The upgraded copper is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
The upgrade will also reduce the copper wire required to build the network from approximately 40 kilometres (25 miles) to around 20 kilometres (12 miles).””
This upgrade will provide a network that is capable of delivering broadband speeds of up to 500 megabits per second (Mbps) over the entire network,” the company said.
“The upgrade will also reduce the copper wire required to build the network from approximately 40 kilometres (25 miles) to around 20 kilometres (12 miles).”
This will significantly increase the capacity of the existing fibre network and enable NBN Co to deploy its next-generation network more quickly.
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