My spin:DSL is a must for businesses who want to access information much faster than pokey dial up connections…many users are at 128kbps can we go faster? Cheaper?
As with most technologies, DSL’s theoretical potential differs markedly from the Internet connection speeds available to consumers and business in the real world. Specifically, VDSL (very fast DSL) can offer speeds of up to 52 Mbps, but many broadband users plod along at a far slower 128 kbps. Analysts say there have been improvements in DSL quality, but until operators can reduce prices and guarantee bandwidth, the technology will continue to lose out to cable broadband.
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