NBN: Is your suburb getting FTTN?

NBN Co reveals details of its large-scale fibre-to-the-node trial

NBN Co has published details of suburbs set to receive fibre-to-the-node services as part of the company's test deployment of FTTN technology.

Some 200,000 homes in NSW and Queensland will receive FTTN services.

NBN Co earlier this year announced a large-scale trial of FTTN technology in conjunction with Telstra.

The trial is based on the design and deployment of 1000 nodes and is reportedly worth $150 million for Telstra.

When the trial was announced in June, Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the FTTN deployment would focus on areas categorised as "underserved" in the government’s MyBroadband broadband quality study.

NBN Co is scheduled to make FTTN services available to ISPs by Q3 2015.

According to a statement issued by the company this morning, construction has already began in Belmont, NSW, and build preparation works are underway in the other areas due to receive FTTN services.

NBN Co FTTN deployment

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NSW
RegionEstimated premises coveredSuburbs covered
Lake Macquarie51,000Belmont North, Belmont South, Belmont, Blacksmiths, Croudace Bay, Eleebana, Floraville, Jewells, Marks Point, Mount Hutton, Pelican, Tingira Heights, Valentine, Windale, Argenton, Barnsley, Boolaroo, Booragul, Cameron Park, Edgeworth, Holmesville, Killingworth, Marmong Point, Minmi, Seahampton, Speers Point, Teralba, Warners Bay, West Wallsend, Bonnells Bay, Brightwaters, Cooranbong, Dora Creek, Eraring, Mandalong, Martinsville, Mirrabooka, Morisset Park, Morisset, Silverwater, Sunshine
Central Coast 57,000Budgewoi Peninsula, Canton Beach, Charmhaven, Gorokan, Hamlyn Terrace, Kanwal, Lake Haven, Norah Head, Toukley, Warnervale, Woongarrah, Bensville, Blackwall, Booker Bay, Box Head, Daleys Point, Davistown, Empire Bay, Ettalong Beach, Green Point, Horsfield Bay, Killcare Heights, Killcare, Kincumber, Koolewong, Patonga, Pearl Beach, Pretty Beach, Saratoga, St Huberts Island, Umina Beach, Woy Woy Bay, Woy Woy, Yattalunga, Tuggerawong, Wadalba, Wyongah, Noraville
Newcastle47,000Adamstown, Bar Beach, Broadmeadow, Carrington, Cooks Hill, Hamilton East, Hamilton South, Hamilton, Islington, Kooragang, Maryville, Merewether Heights, Merewether, Newcastle East, Newcastle West, Newcastle, The Hill, The Junction, Tighes Hill, Wickham
Queensland
RegionEstimated premises coveredSuburbs covered
Wide Bay Burnett40,000Gympie, Jones Hill, Monkland, Southside, Victory Heights, Ashfield, Avenell Heights, Bundaberg Central, Bundaberg East, Bundaberg North, Bundaberg South, Bundaberg West, Gooburrum, Kalkie, Kensington, Kepnock, Millbank, Norville, Rubyanna, Svensson Heights, Thabeban, Walkervale
Greater Brisbane and Moreton Bay49,500Bray Park, Brendale, Cashmere, Joyner, Lawnton, Strathpine, Warner, Bellmere, Caboolture South, Caboolture, Elimbah, Moodlu, Morayfield, Upper Caboolture, Wamuran, Banksia Beach, Bellara, Bongaree, Welsby, White Patch, Woorim

According to NBN Co the number of premises and exact regions covered may vary once construction planning has been completed. The initial FTTN deployment will not necessarily cover each suburb entirely, according to NBN Co.

NBN Co has an online map showing suburbs scheduled for NBN rollouts.

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