Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2007 14:31:43 +1200
From: Dean Pemberton <nznog(a)deanpemberton.com>
How many people read this, realised it was an april-fools day hoax, and
still thought "Hmmmmmm Thats not a bad idea........ "
"Four options were proposed to develop the network in three phases. The
capital cost of the options ranged between approximately $700,000 and
$7.6 million. The annual operating cost of the network is approximately
$150,000. These different options and costs arise from the different
methods costed out for laying the fibre network, *including the use of
the DCC’s own wastewater ducting*. The study concludes that a
combination of these methods may be the most cost-effective and
efficient for different portions of each route."
URBAN FIBRE NETWORK FEASIBILITY STUDY AND BROADBAND RECOMMENDATIONS
Dunedin City Council, 24th January 2007
Tel: 03 474 2100 Cell: 021 993 125 Web: www.wic.co.nz
Co-location and Web hosting. Dunedin-wide wireless. Independent Internet Service