Why High Speed Broadband Fiber Is Becoming Irrelevant

By Tim Worstall – Given the astonishing speed at which hte technologies are getting better we risk spending a fortune to lock ourselves into today’s technology.

We risk entirely wasting the money spent on wiring said nations. Think of landline telephone networks for example. They’ve certainly been a boon to the economies that have had them. Various pieces of economic research show that they do, simply by their existence, increase the GDP of places that have them. But the last couple of decades have brought us mobile telephony. At a price where it is cheaper, vastly cheaper, to connect a nation using mobiles rather than landlines. Those countries that do not have a landline network now never will have one. more> http://tinyurl.com/bm2r28v



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