said by Karl Bode's article :
Given the product is the marketing equivalent of a drop kick aimed squarely at Verizon's face, it wasn't surprising to see Verizon quickly downplay the offering, calling it little more than a "parlor trick."
It absolutely is a Parlor Trick. If these were doors, Cablevision's product would be made out of mosquito mesh and Verizon's would be made out of oak.
In Cablevision's land, no two customers on the same node can access 101 Mbps at the same time. They've taken the "up to XXX Mbps" concept to it's extreme.
In Verizon's land, consumers can have confidence that they will access the speeds that they are sold, despite their neighbor's use.
Let's reward Verizon for calling a duck a duck when the duck really is a duck!--
Robb Topolski -= funchords.com =- District of Columbia -- KJ7RL
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