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  • tredleon tredleon Jan 16, 2007 12:44 PM Flag

    Where's The Disconnect??

    The same article indicates that ADSL2 is capable of providing downstream speeds of 24Mbps, but only for customers within 500 meters of the central office. Based on IKAN's presentation, I believe they are capable of downstream speeds of 100Mbps and upstream of 50 Mbps (their fifth generation chip supposedly does 100 each way). Their presentation focuses on the fact that for HD television or many internet applications that the current generation demands (e.g. viewing video clips, file-sharing, or uploading a file to UTube), you need both downstream and upstream capabilities above 50Mbps to make it reasonably functional?

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