Telstra: Better broadband needed for artificial noses

According to Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo, it won’t be long before Aussie households are demanding 100Mbps connections, while applications like artificial noses and thought recognition could stretch broadband speeds even further.Speaking today at the Communications Day Summit in Sydney, Trujillo hinted that the speeds promised by Australia’s planned fibre-to-the-node network — 12Mbps to 98 percent of the population — could soon be outpaced by Aussies thirst for online video.To read the rest of this story, see www.zdnet.com.au/news/communications/soa/Telstra-Better-broadband-needed-for-artificial-noses/0,130061791,339288198,00.htm.

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