Transport Layer for the new NBN has been developed by Transport for NSW
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Transport Layer 1 for the National Broadband Network (NBN) will include a number of components that enable it to work in the same way as existing telecommunications services, including high speed broadband.
Key points:Transport Layer 1 (TLS) is a set of high speed network technology standards for use with telecommunications networksThe network will be deployed in the first stage of the NBN rollout in 2017TransportLayer 1 will be able to support all types of data and services, and will enable greater scale and flexibilitySource: News.au Newly released information shows the Government is working on a Transport Layer 2 (T2) for the NBN, but it will be a lot less complex than Transport Layer 3 (T3).
The Transport Layer II (TII) is expected to have better broadband capacity than TransportLayer 2, according to Transport for New South Wales (TfN) chief executive Pauline Mabbutt.
“The Government is investing significant time and resources into designing a new transport layer for the Government’s National Broadbuses, which will be rolled out over the next three years,” Ms Mabass said.
“TfM will be working with NBNCo to design this transport layer.
TfRMs will be delivered in the second stage of deployment, which is expected in 2019.”
This transport layer will allow the Government to deliver high-capacity high-speed broadband services to residential, business and industrial customers.
“Ms Mabatt said the Transport Layer I (T1) and Transport Layer III (TIII) transport layers were “well understood”, and TfRM and NBNCo had agreed to develop a Transport layer 3.
She said TfM and the Government were in discussions with NBN Co about how this new transport tier could be deployed.
TdfN chief executive Stephen Waugh said the T2 transport layer was the “most advanced transport layer” in use for the Federal Government’s existing broadband infrastructure.”
We know that the new Transport Layer will deliver much greater capacity and scale than the existing Transport Layer and is also the most scalable transport layer,” he said.
Ms Mabbitt said T2 and T3 transport layers would be the most common in use with existing fibre and satellite networks, and would also allow for “bigger applications” to be delivered.”
In other words, we’re looking at what’s next for the State and territory in terms of the potential for these new transport layers,” she said.
Transport layer technology used to be called “Fibre Layer”, but has been called Transport Layer by TfN.
T3 transport layer technology was also called “Satellite Layer”, and was used for the first time in the Northern Territory, before being replaced by T1 and T2 in South Australia.
Ms Farr said Transport Layer 4 would be a much more “flexible” transport layer to deliver services to a wider number of users.
She said the Government was working on “faster and more scalable” transport layers.
Ms Sneddon said Transport layer technology could be designed to be more flexible to provide a wider range of applications, including new data services, telecommunications and the internet.
Transportation Layer 1 and Transport layer 2 are used by NBN Co’s main broadband networks, but T3 is used by other Government departments and agencies.
The Government’s primary focus for the rollout of the National Fiber Network (NFN) is to get the NBN to 100 per cent of households by 2021, but is also looking at other areas of the network.
The Transport layer 1 transport layer is designed to deliver fast broadband, and is currently being developed for use on mobile devices and by mobile telephony services.
T1 and 2 transport layers are also being developed to deliver telecommunications services to businesses and industrial users.
The first transport layer has been deployed in NSW, with T2 currently being deployed across the State.”
As we look to develop our network in the coming years, it is critical that we develop the Transport layer to meet the challenges we will face in achieving this objective,” Ms Farr told news.com in an email.”
With the rollout currently under way, we are also making progress in developing the TransportLayer technologies for the second transport layer.
“She said NBN Co had been working on Transport Layer 5, which would be developed for “larger applications” and would be more scalable.
She did not say what this second Transport Layer would be.
The government also announced that it would be using the first Transport Layer in the State to provide access to public transport, but did not give a timetable for the launch.
NBN Co has been working with the NSW government to develop the first transport Layer.NBNCo has said it will begin deploying Transport Layer 6, which has been described as a “digital infrastructure” that will enable more robust and reliable internet service, when the first T2 Transport Layer is delivered in 2019 or 2020.
Transport Layer 1 for the National Broadband Network (NBN) will include a number of components that enable it to work…
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