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Altice plans 10Gbps FTTH for its entire US footprint

Altice plans 10Gbps FTTH for its entire US footprint | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it
The fourth largest cable company in the US, Altice, plans to build a next-generation fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network capable of delivering broadband speeds of up to 10Gbps, across its entire footprint.
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ITU readies new 1 Gbps broadband standard

ITU readies new 1 Gbps broadband standard | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has created a new broadband standard called G.fast which promises to deliver speeds of up to 1 Gbps over existing copper telephone lines from early 2014.

There is one caveat however – these superfast download speeds can only be delivered up to a distance of 250 metres, so will only be useful for eliminating the expense of installing fibre between the street exchange cabinet and people’s homes.

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Viewers prefer ad-supported SVOD over pay - Broadband TV News

Viewers prefer ad-supported SVOD over pay - Broadband TV News | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it
A new study from Hub reveals that a majority of TV consumers (53%) in the US say they actually prefer free TV, where they ‘pay’ by viewing commercials. The online TV market appears to be settling on monthly or yearly subscriptions as its pay model of choice. One example: Hulu’s recent decision to discontinue it’s …
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Superfast broadband for Europe should cost less

Superfast broadband for Europe should cost less | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

Providing superfast broadband services to the whole of the European Union could be much less expensive than previously estimated. This is the key conclusion of a new report from broadband specialists Point Topic.

Earlier estimates suggested the cost could be as high as €270 billion. Point Topic puts the figure at about €80 billion, with nearly two thirds of that total needed to service the lowest density areas.

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