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TDS tries bringing fiber to homes in Fitchburg for faster Internet service

TDS Metrocom has launched a pilot program for one Fitchburg neighborhood, offering broadband Internet speeds of as high as 10 megabits per secondseveral times higher than the fastest cable and DSL packages currently availablein order to gauge customer usage and potential applications of an emerging technology.

With whats going on with the Internet today, we believe consumers are going to ......

Full article >>> aid the convergence of phone, data and video content is a natural progression given developments in technology. Cable and phone companies will compete to extend existing fiber infrastructure from service centers all the way to end users as the technology becomes more available to urban and suburban consumers in the next three to five years.

The cable companies started out with video, then......

Full article >>> oduct to our customers, Falkner said, citing a lack of digital video recording capability in Internet television solutions, as we as the need to compress high-definition signal and thus limit the number of channels that can be carried.......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Eric Kleefeld 12/12/05


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