derFunkenstein wrote:Ack. Chrispy_ just Godwinned (Godwon?) the thread, so I guess we're done here.
Looking for Knowledge wrote:That's nothing. My parents still won't buy their children a gaming consol. I've been waiting over 40 years.
Krogoth wrote:Besides, most modern telephone networks operate on fiber, especially newer infrastructure (mainly in the mid-west to western parts of the USA).
Scrotos wrote:Krogoth wrote:Besides, most modern telephone networks operate on fiber, especially newer infrastructure (mainly in the mid-west to western parts of the USA).
FTTN is not FTTH. And heck, the most known FTTN deployment has had these issues:
http://arstechnica.com/business/2013/09 ... -from-att/
...for the last 7 years in deployment. I wonder how many of these lawsuits are still going on:
Most cable networks operate on fiber, too, and just use coax for the last mile. It don't make it a fiber network to the customer, though:
http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2011 ... ing-fiber/
Though I'm not sure how you pointing out that the part of the network that's not the last mile is fiber relates to the tragedy of using only 64 Kbps of the full bandwidth available with fiber run to someone's door. Here's a Veyron to use but here, I put a 5 MPH speed limiter on it.
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