December 5, 2006

AT&T: No Fiber to the Home

Well, we Wisconsinites subject to AT&T's new monopoly can pound sand. No fiber for us.... Reuters:
"Our view at this point is that we're not going to have go 'fiber to the home.' We're pleased with the bandwidth that we're seeing over copper," Chief Financial Officer Richard Lindner told a Credit Suisse conference.

"On average, at this point, we're producing about 25 megabits (per second). But in many many locations, we're producing substantially more than that."
Nice to see the status quo - standing still while the rest of the world moves on. Posted by James Zellmer at December 5, 2006 8:31 PM | Subscribe to this site via RSS:
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