|reply to cdru |
Re: Not much improvement over docsis 2.0
said by cdru:Try working in video or audio production.
Even with telecommuting, the necessity to be uploading large files frequency can be minimized with some planning. And if you are constantly needing to transfer large files, maybe telecommuting isn't the best fit for the job.
There are people doing that from home and who need all the upload they can get.
In any case the problem is not a broadband class warfare between "residential" and "business" connections because business connections are often based on the same limited DOCSIS and ADSL standards.
Then those people (relitively few of the general population) may need a faster "business grade" ($$$) connection.
for the purpose of residental broadband DOCSIS (and in some cases ADSL2) are just fine and will be for years to come.
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What a smart idea! Unfortunately you have conviently seemed to have forgot that they dont offer a faster "business grade" connection, business connections simply just have a better SLA, the speeds are the same for 2x the cost, stupid imo.
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I didn't say it would be from ComCast. Those users may need to pay for a dedicated line from their telco or other provider.
Then they'll see the true cost of a real High speed business connection.
ComCast business is starting to offer higher speed commerial lines to traditional core business areas, but it may be a while before they offer that in all residental areas.
|reply to fifty nine |
I would be willing to be the company they work for wouldnt be providing them that bandwidth to benefit anyway so your argument is moot.
I work for a multibillion dollar worldwide company and we do not even provide this kind of bandwidth to our remote users. I don't see it being very wide spread amongst much smaller companies with a remote work force not even close to ours.