Top
30°

4Mbps broadband for all to cost $23 billion, won't use fiber

The FCC has set a 4Mbps download target for universal US broadband—but how to get those (modest) speeds to underserved areas? According to a new report (PDF) from the Commission, we can forget about fiber—it costs too much. Underserved areas would be served best by DSL, some 4G wireless coverage, and satellite service for those who truly live in the boondocks.

Read Full Story >>
arstechnica.com
The story is too old to be commented.