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Re: when the going gets tough...
said by hottboiinnc:1 Fiber = 10 gbps*80 lambas = 800 gbps today in commercial world
HFC is FAR from obsolete! Where do people come up with this information at?
1 coax = 38 mbps [qam 256] *(870/6) = 5.5 gbps
now to be fair, lets upgrade HFC to bleeding edge specs that nobody has deployed
1 coax = 53 mbps [qam 1024]*(1000[mhz]/6) = 8.8 gbps
commercialized fiber available today is 2 orders of magnitude more bandwidth than the best idealized vaporware HFC speed
have you heard of DOCSIS 3 and node splitting?? which proves that HFC is NOT obsolete. There is room for MSOs to grow on that network and they will. Look at Comcast and the speeds they're pushing out. VZ just started pushing out those speeds and had to build out a complete new network to even thing about it due to their copper only being able to hold only maybe 3megs down. Cable is up to what? 100+ megs with just a simple upgrade in the CMTS node split and new modem. And when the time is right they can deploy FTTH in just a under 2 years to their entire footprint unlike VZ and ATT.
It does sound like you've been drinking the VZ koolaid though.
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800 gbps today > 8 gbps vaporware
I'm done here.
vaporware? LMAO! WTFE! Go lobby some more for VZ.