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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : New transmission technique, faster Internet
   posted by Ferry on 14-Feb-2004 18:10:12 (1691 reads)


Among other things, this will allow the broadcasting of high-quality video in real-time.

Source:VNUNet news (article in Spanish)
    

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GadgetMaster 
Re: New transmission technique, faster Internet
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Re: New transmission technique, faster Internet
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Thanks for the translation, Gadget ..

Two Million Euros wont last long !!

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Re: New transmission technique, faster Internet
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By the time a new technology reaches the average consumer it is actually quite dated. Remember that ADSL was invented a long while before it was actually possible for the average consumer to have it in their homes. Eventually ADSL will become to us what dialup was then. We'll probably have to wait another decade or so before the telecom corporations have squeezed all the money they can out of ADSL and we can have the luxury of this technology in our homes.

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Image the situation in Australia where a government owned telecomunications company installed optic fibres into just about every telephone exchange years before anyone else was close to doing it -- then it was privatisied.

Since then nothing has been done, literally nothing, the few cable TV companies laid a little coax where it was most profitable, the newly privatisied Telcom used first very expensive ISDN and then inaquate ADSL (petering out a few hundered metres from the exchange).

And in charge of the whole abortion is an american execuative from Ma Bell.

Now the government has signed a secret deal (euphmistically called a free trade agreement) which includes the final sale of the telcom and the intrusion of American telcoms here -- in the next decade we will be communicating with smoke signals.

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"...smoke signals."
The happy days

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