- Broadband Bytes for 2014-10-17 http://t.co/2SXRRGGZvT ->
- As long as you can suspend the laws of physics, high-frequency bands are great. http://t.co/LmkVkjKXBw ->
- Who's leading the gigabit charge? Cities, that's who. http://t.co/Cotk4tXRjN ->
- That "promo" price from the cable company sits on a throne of lies. http://t.co/VROzAnUfWD ->
- The DoJ is in a deep dive on the Comcast merger. http://t.co/P4I40xbPID ->
- South Korea to US: "Gigabit? That's cute." http://t.co/hWWzxOF1lz ->
- It's safe to say that a near four-fold increase in online viewing means online video isn't going anywhere. http://t.co/2Ixf7YM9Oz ->
- Gigabit on cable isn't likely to happen before 2016 http://t.co/VTrviwT1hQ ->
- Class actions for crappy service? I approve. http://t.co/XEgvVjQpbg ->
- Gigabit "DSL" requires fiber less than 19 meters away. http://t.co/GyCSJqPt2V ->
- Hungarian government proposes an Internet tax that's at least 62x the cost to deliver the traffic. http://t.co/deGBl30E7s ->
- Is fiber deepening the digital divide? http://t.co/AqgLqZhS4O ->
- "Cable" company still making money hand over fist by selling Internet access. http://t.co/wfPpvCcv5Y ->
- Another reason to avoid Google Fiber: they're too willing to appease the entertainment business. http://t.co/iQ5N8zZ4yu ->
- You don't need to be a subscriber to benefit from UTOPIA. http://t.co/JZIvTHAOvp ->
- A US Senator just comes right out and says it: "Tell me that you won't do fast lanes." http://t.co/jdIlKRxrES ->
- Antitrust people aren't so keen on the Comcast merger. http://t.co/kvt7owsnZb ->
- Aereo can be your Internet DVR, but forget about live TV. http://t.co/jmZsfMc5x2 ->
- Paid shills try to convince you that your broadband doesn't suck. http://t.co/2N0BH6f9PS ->
Broadband Bytes for 2014-10-24
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On a note somewhat unrelated to any of these posts… I have not heard a peep about the progress or status of Milestone 2 of the Utopia-Macquarie deal…
Wasn’t that supposed to be complete by the end of August/September 2014??
It’s still slowly plodding along in the background. You won’t hear me argue that it’s not taking a lot longer than it should.