The Evolution of Broadband

The Evolution of Broadband

Then there is the interplay between the various management (alias queuing) systems used to ration the capacity of the physical (copper, fire or wireless) channels over which traffic flows. Here we see much specious argument about net neutrality or lack of demand between those who want to see investment (by others) to remove bottlenecks and those who wish a return on (their) past investment.

What has 24 mbps to do with the fastest broadband in Europe by 2015?

What has 24 mbps to do with the fastest broadband in Europe by 2015?

The UK is better placed than most of the rest of Europe for a market-driven, investment led, infrastructure revolution. But are ministers more concerned to protect current incumbents than to set them free to compete against world class players? And which policy is more likely to not only give Britain the best Broadband in Europe by 2015 but ensure that is maintained as we move towards the infrastructures needed for smart cities and the Internet of Things?