TUANZ roadshow to promote broadband

The Telecommunications Users Association (TUANZ) is planning a multi-city roadshow to promote broadband as a follow-up to its National Broadband Application Project conference (NBAP) held in Nelson last year.

The Telecommunications Users Association (TUANZ) is planning a multi-city roadshow to promote broadband as a follow-up to its National Broadband Application Project conference (NBAP) held in Nelson last year.

While TUANZ chief executive Ernie Newman wouldn't confirm the details of the roadshow at this stage, Computerworld Online understands TUANZ plans to target secondary schools in both rural and urban communities in the next few months.

TUANZ attracted a large number of industry players to the NBAP 3-day conference in November which was designed to stir up interest in the broadband application arena. A book (Survival of the Fastest) detailing the ideas and solutions was produced and now TUANZ hopes to keep the issue alive by talking to the grassroots users about broadband.

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