FCC proposes higher speed goals (100/20 Mbps) for USF providers

Aaron Wendel aaron at wholesaleinternet.net
Tue May 24 18:20:36 UTC 2022

On 5/24/2022 9:57 AM, Forrest Christian (List Account) wrote:
> If the government is going to fund anything at all anymore, it needs 
> to be fiber all the way to the home which is built and managed in a 
> way that any provider can use it.   This probably means a single 
> strand from each home to some concentration point no more than 10km 
> from the home and then a backbone/middle mile supporting several 
> carriers from that point.   The position of this concentration point 
> to be determined by the density in the area.

In an ideal world, yes, this is exactly how it would work although there 
would be some logistical issues.

If you sit in these hearings the various government entities hold and 
listen to Charter's "Government Affairs Representative" then that is 
absolutely not true and coax is the wave of the future.

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