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No network infrastructure, no Olympics, no nothing

With Chicago and the region trying to add the Olympics to their list of great accomplishments, they better include updating the network infrastructure with more than just a third-party Wi-Fi agreement. The City that Networks has to look beyond national comparisons on Wi-Fi and into the real competition of global cities that have significant investments in fiber optic......

Full article >>> ss and fiber to every home and business. With the right business and financial planning, such systems can pay for themselves and provide new revenue streams to local government, while lowering the cost of telecom services. Everybody wins."

In past articles, I have made the argument that we are supporting a stagecoach-era network infrastructure that does not provide what we need to compete......

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No substitute for network infrastructure

No one seems to be talking about making a real investment in the network infrastructure, which would include a significant fiber optic network, but that's what it's going to take in addition to all the other upgrades that the City of Chicago is talking about.

It is great to hea......

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So where on the list are the cities in the Midwest? They aren't. When you look at what subscribers receive in other cities, our network services don't come close. All the rhetoric by network carriers, local politicians, and lobbyists doesn't get us any closer to the current speeds that others use in countries like Japan, Korea, and even some cities in China.

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Full article >>> even thinking about here in the Midwest. What we consider to be embryonic technology, or technology that has not even been proven in the market yet, is clearly accepted technology in the top 10 digital cities.

The latest ratings are a wake-up call. According to this article:

Based on broadband penetration, ......

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This article previously appeared in MidwestBusiness.com, and was reprinted with its permission.

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Source:wistechnology.com By James Carlini 06/21/07


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