The next big leap

Robinson, Thomas G.
July 2004
CED;Jul2004, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p52
Trade Publication
Comments on developments in broadband networks. Need to handle and route an increasing amount of upstream, as well as downstream, communications; Need of greater upload capacity for a variety of higher bandwidth communications, especially centering on high-resolution, full-motion video; Use of a high-capacity network from home to upload programming to the Internet and directly to the cable company for distribution over community/public access channels.


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