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Re: I'd go for 30/15
If we wanted to be #1 we'd have to pencil in 2 Gbit symmetric by 2015. Other places have gigabit, or will have it by 2015.
As much as I'd love 100 Mbps symmetric FTTH, I'd rather be realistic with results.
I think what was stated should be a very realistic goal and one we should try to attain--
El Cajon, CA
I don't think the goal stated is unrealistic and I also don't think it requires FTTH. Analog TV should go away by 2015 and that will allow Cable MSOs to significantly increase upstream and downstream bandwidth (much higher levels of channel bonding) without going to FTTH. New CPEs and diplex filter changes will be required, but we are talking hundreds of mhz of spectrum on existing plant that becomes usable by then.