New minimum speed for US broadband connections
Lady Benjamin Cannon of Glencoe, ASCE
lb at 6by7.net
Sat May 29 15:39:51 UTC 2021
Good point, but developments in QAM technology benefit both fiber and radio nowadays. Starlink will eventually be capable of 10gbit links through... essentially just carrier aggregation to a massive LEO cluster.
That’s global 10gbit... I’m cautiously optimistic that we will see an incredibly bandwidth rich future, and I’m absolutely confident that humanity deserves one.
Ms. Lady Benjamin PD Cannon of Glencoe, ASCE
6x7 Networks & 6x7 Telecom, LLC
lb at 6by7.net
"The only fully end-to-end encrypted global telecommunications company in the world.”
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> On May 29, 2021, at 7:54 AM, Mike Lyon <mike.lyon at gmail.com> wrote:
> We are all happy for you that your technology allows for that, really, we are.
> For those that cannot get fiber, we’re still dependant on the physics of radio waves for last mile. And, hell, even for the middle miles!
>> On May 29, 2021, at 07:47, Lady Benjamin Cannon of Glencoe, ASCE <lb at 6by7.net> wrote:
>> So I’ll do this, on purpose. Here’s the result:
>> We decided, oh, 28 years ago, not to offer an insulting service tier at all; all our services, even the most “entry level” are designed to make you feel not just special, but like you’re one of perhaps 6 billionaire customers we have and depend entirely upon. The entire framework of my company is built this way, from encrypted 10g enterprise and now residential connections, to access to c-levels for every customer. Scaling that will be a challenge, but it’s something I look forward to bringing to 8 billion people.
>> Ms. Lady Benjamin PD Cannon of Glencoe, ASCE
>> 6x7 Networks & 6x7 Telecom, LLC
>> lb at 6by7.net
>> "The only fully end-to-end encrypted global telecommunications company in the world.”
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>> Sent from my iPhone via RFC1149.
>>>> On May 28, 2021, at 7:00 PM, Sean Donelan <sean at donelan.com> wrote:
>>> I would love to see an experiment where the CEOs of the major communication companies were forced to use only their "lifeline" products for 30 days, including only their "lifeline" customer service lines.
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