AT&T and Verizon say 10Mbps is too fast for “broadband,” 4Mbps is enough | Ars Technica


AT&T objected to the FCC’s calculations, saying “the Commission simply adds these abstract bandwidth amounts together and concludes that the statutory definition should be 10Mbps.

Broadband networks and applications today, however, are engineered in ways that efficiently allow concurrent uses, so that less overall bandwidth would typically be necessary.”

via AT&T and Verizon say 10Mbps is too fast for “broadband,” 4Mbps is enough | Ars Technica.

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