1Gbps to 10Gbps residential service?
In a discussion with someone in the Philadelphia area stating that they have 1Gbps residential service. They have an Arris Telephony modem which I check and is only Docsis 2.0 complaint. He also says that 10Gbps residential service is available.
True or not true.
Thanks in advance.
NormanSI gave her time to steal my mind awayPremium,MVMReviews:
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I am not aware that any MSO offers even 300 Mbps using DOCSIS 3.0. Comcast has a residential 305 Mbps Metro Ethernet package (FTTP) in regions served by Verizon FiOS; but not for less than $100 a month. The only 1 Gbps Internet seems to be Google fiber in KCMO/KA, and assorted smaller fiber deployments, such as Paxio in Santa Clara, CA and Sonic.net, LLC in Sebastopol, CA; and similar small operations. These being true FTTP, not HFC-style FTTN.
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Thanks. I keep telling him there's no way he can have 1Gbps speeds if RCN doesn't offer it. I think he may be terribly confused with what he is getting.
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I think he is confusing Mbps and Gbps
Yes, he definitely is. I contacted RCN direct and they verified that 1Gbps residential is NOT available.
Thanks for all your comments.