MFS WorldCom/WilTel/LDDS

Vadim Antonov avg at
Thu Aug 29 20:40:34 UTC 1996

Perry E. Metzger <perry at> wrote:

>Raw bandwidth is inherently cheap. Undersea lines are even fairly
>cheap, except nasty government price fixing keeps them
>expensive. Switching equipment is expensive right now but Moore's Law
>takes care of that over the years.

Excuse me, but bandwidth demand doubles in about half year,
while Moore's law is that semiconductor capacity doubles every
2 years.  There's no indication that this will change any time

Nice brick wall :)


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