On Sat, 27 Dec 2003 20:25:41 +1300, Richard Naylor wrote
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We find that when decent high speed networking is
certain industries are present) that our traffic is more like the
phone model and teh Int links are less important. then your network
truely becomes an Inter-net, when businesses start doing real
business electronically and shifting real electronic products. How
often do you send a 10.5GByte file overseas ? Or 800MByte files ?
They fly between users of CityLink all day.
(for newspaper editions)
Do you think the same trend will apear in the home/domestic/residentual market
Sure for gaming you can't beat local servers but what local content is there
than the home market wants that doesn't come in from overseas?
The technology exists to give every home 10mbits per second for $10 per month!
Ask not what your telephone company should do for you...
...but what you can do for your broadband community!