Broadband initiatives - impact to your network?

Chris Boyd cboyd at gizmopartners.com
Mon Jun 28 20:00:28 CDT 2010


On Jun 28, 2010, at 7:42 PM, Eric Brunner-Williams wrote:

> Is unidirectional transport (monitized video streams) the rural service most absent and most valued, or are other characteristics of networks competitive with, or superior to, that service model?

If you drive around rural central and northeastern Texas, every ranch house and bunkhouse has a DirecTV or Dish installation.  Surprisingly, many of these same houses also have DSL available from the (heavily subsidized) telephone coops in the area.  The speeds aren't screaming, typically being in the 300-700 down/128-384 up ADSL-2+ range. So the demand is there, and so is the service in some areas.

--Chris



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