iiNet predicts 100,000 DSLAM customers by July

27 Feb 2006

Australian broadband provider iiNet says it expects to have 100,000 high speed internet customers using Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer (DSLAM) technology by July. iiNet launched DSL broadband services for business and residential users in 2000. In June 2004 it began rolling out its own broadband infrastructure, utilising DSLAM technology, allowing for the migration of customers to company-owned infrastructure for the first time. iiNet posted revenues of AUD120 million (USD88.5 million), EBITDA of AUD16.4 million and a net profit of AUD6 million in the six months ending 31 December 2005.

Australia, iiNet (incl. Internode)