Muni Fiber and Politics

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Fri Aug 1 05:40:50 UTC 2014


On Thursday, July 31, 2014 02:01:28 PM Måns Nilsson wrote:

> It is better, both for the customer and the provider.

If the provider is able to deliver 1Gbps to every home 
(either on copper or fibre) with little to no uplink 
oversubscription (think 44x customer-facing Gig-E ports + 4x 
10Gbps uplink ports), essentially, there is no limit to what 
services a provider and its partners can offer to its 
customers.

Mark.
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