The race for bandwidth

Lu, Cary
August 1996
Macworld;Aug1996, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p40
Reports on the competition between telephone companies and cable companies to keep up with the demand for data bandwidth for the information superhighway. Plans of several telephone companies to offer several kinds of digital subscriber line (DSL) connections using the copper phone lines; Cable television companies' plan to offer cable modems.


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