At no extra cost make broadband 50 times faster with Kiwi device
A New Zealand based company has created a new device that could increase the speed of broadband connectivity as many as 50 times of the original speed. It looks more or less like a modem and is manufactured by remote management systems. Broadband speed can be enhanced by re-wiring the existing broadband connection with less than $800.
Telecom giant Chorus has already taken orders for this instrument, the company has also received interest about this product from Singapore, France, Taiwan and Briton. It acts as an electric backup system for people who already have a fiber optic broadband connection.