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BrianV

join:2008-11-17
Long Sault, ON
kudos:1
reply to ChuckcZar

Re: [Internet] Upcoming Bell infrastructure changes?

Well, obviously it has be to financially viable for them. Hence my questions!



XanderLo

join:2002-06-19
Boucherville, QC

said by BrianV:

Well, obviously it has be to financially viable for them. Hence my questions!

It's -impossible- to know about Bell deployment plans. Just give up like I did. Bell does half-assed modernization too so even if Bell were to modernize your neighbourhood, your house might be SOL like mine (Fibe TV and Fibe 25 available everywhere at a 300m radius around my house). Pray that cable becomes available in your area. I'm going with EBOX 30/3 or 20/2 as soon as my Bell credits expire.

ruggs

join:2012-03-26
Ontario

CTRC says that real high speed (25+ meg) has to be available to everyone, even in the rural areas, and bell does have plans and existing equipment for these situations, its just a matter of when.
I myself am waiting for a slam to be put into my cross box even though most of the neighboring cross boxes have had slams for quite some time now...



XanderLo

join:2002-06-19
Boucherville, QC

said by ruggs:

CTRC says that real high speed (25+ meg) has to be available to everyone, even in the rural areas, and bell does have plans and existing equipment for these situations, its just a matter of when.
I myself am waiting for a slam to be put into my cross box even though most of the neighboring cross boxes have had slams for quite some time now...

Uhh.. CRTC imposing 25mbps to everyone including rural areas? By when, 2050?

ruggs

join:2012-03-26
Ontario

not sure of the exact date, but its there



mlerner
Premium
join:2000-11-25
Nepean, ON
kudos:5

Yeah they've always had speed targets and most often Bell deploys the cheapest wireless solution to claim "up to" said target speed or makes some excuse which the CRTC accepts.


urbang33k

join:2010-02-13
Canada
kudos:1
reply to ruggs

said by ruggs:

CTRC says that real high speed (25+ meg) has to be available to everyone, even in the rural areas, and bell does have plans and existing equipment for these situations, its just a matter of when.

I can second that. There is some pretty cool stuff coming down the pipe to push dsl into the rurals. Who knows when it will happen. But the hardware is there, and though I haven't seen it personally in my area, it was a talking point in the last training session I was involved with a couple of months ago.
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Opinions and ideas expressed in my post are my own and in no way represent those of Bell Canada Enterprises, Bell Canada, Bell TV, Bell Internet, Bell Mobility, Bell Technical Solutions, Expertech, or any other partners under the BCE umbrella.

ruggs

join:2012-03-26
Ontario

2 edits

the VSEM's are now deployed in many places, they look like the 7330 square edged enclosures, but they are smaller and have more holes for ventilation

edit just found this
»www.alcatel-lucent.com/products/···imation/

looks just like that, but the cross box brown colour, and obviously fully enclosed


SLAMtech

join:2009-12-03
kudos:1

From what I heard they can deploy 16 vsems from each 7330 and only have to run fibre back to the 7330 and not the CO. I believe 48 ports per vsem. Next step is to use more than 12mhz spectrum of the 30mhz spectrum available from the 7330's.


ruggs

join:2012-03-26
Ontario

yep and each fiber run from the 7330 can go up to 19 km


Mont

join:2006-05-02
Saint-Leonard, QC

Would the 7330 on a jwi be like the one of the right ?

»/speak/slidesh···SQ%3D%3D


urbang33k

join:2010-02-13
Canada
kudos:1

said by Mont:

Would the 7330 on a jwi be like the one of the right ?

appears so. the one on the left is a lucent oslam judging by the round(sort of) corners.

SLAMtech

join:2009-12-03
kudos:1
reply to ruggs

I would love to start seeing these in areas where cross boxes already have a 7330 and subscribers out of there are past the threshold of distance. You can mount one of these on the first pole where the distribution begins and add a mini cross box there to eliminate the distance issue for faster speeds and iptv.


ruggs

join:2012-03-26
Ontario
reply to Mont

said by Mont:

Would the 7330 on a jwi be like the one of the right ?

»/speak/slidesh···SQ%3D%3D

thats actually a VSEM on the right and a oslam on the left

said by SLAMtech:

I would love to start seeing these in areas where cross boxes already have a 7330 and subscribers out of there are past the threshold of distance. You can mount one of these on the first pole where the distribution begins and add a mini cross box there to eliminate the distance issue for faster speeds and iptv.

Yes that would be good, i think these would be good in areas where endcaps are used, I dislike some endcaps

Mont

join:2006-05-02
Saint-Leonard, QC

Would people from the oslam get transfered to the VSEM and eventually all the oslams get change to VSEM's.


ruggs

join:2012-03-26
Ontario

no, the VSEMs only allow 48 extra ports, so its possible, but not likely to happen


Mont

join:2006-05-02
Saint-Leonard, QC

Thanks , don't they have though a greater ability to offer faster speeds ?


ruggs

join:2012-03-26
Ontario

I believe the 7330s are capable of higher frequencies, as it was explained to me is that oslams were sort of incomplete, where as the 7330's are the real deal


HeadSpinning
MNSi Internet

join:2005-05-29
Windsor, ON
kudos:5
reply to ruggs

said by ruggs:

Yes that would be good, i think these would be good in areas where endcaps are used, I dislike some endcaps

Endcaps? What is an Endcap?
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MNSi Internet - »www.mnsi.net

Mont

join:2006-05-02
Saint-Leonard, QC

So then they might move people to the VSEM's to get faster speed and change the oslam for VSEM's.


ruggs

join:2012-03-26
Ontario
reply to HeadSpinning

end cap is a type of plant use in the field, just like pole fed and ped fed, only thing with end cap is that its not always accessible, sometimes its underground and the runs aren't always direct, not so good for iptv



LazMan
Premium
join:2003-03-26
canada
reply to HeadSpinning

said by HeadSpinning:

said by ruggs:

Yes that would be good, i think these would be good in areas where endcaps are used, I dislike some endcaps

Endcaps? What is an Endcap?

Encap, actually; not endcap... Encapsulated Splices - they're buried, not in a ped or cross-box; so there's no way to swing pairs, etc. without fairly major work.

Pretty common in some subdivisions - they'll roll out the feeder for the street or area, with drops already spliced in - quick and easy to deploy; complete pain in the ass to go back into later...

HeadSpinning
MNSi Internet

join:2005-05-29
Windsor, ON
kudos:5

I knew - I just wanted to see if HE knew

Forest Glade in Windsor is all ENCAPSulated plant.. but has no endcaps

Just like people referring to a DE-MARK... which is a DEMARCation point.
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MNSi Internet - »www.mnsi.net



LazMan
Premium
join:2003-03-26
canada

said by HeadSpinning:

I knew - I just wanted to see if HE knew

My bad; been away from here for a bit; trolling meter must be on the fritz...