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Standard User CurlyWhirly
(knowledge is power) Sun 29-May-11 23:07:42
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BT to 'roughly double' fibre speeds in 2012


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http://www.zdnet.co.uk/news/networking/2011/05/12/bt...

That's nice for the people whose exchange has been upgraded or is even on the list of future upgrades frown

Clever technology though.
Standard User MHC
(legend) Sun 29-May-11 23:21:54
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Re: BT to 'roughly double' fibre speeds in 2012


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In reply to a post by CurlyWhirly:
http://www.zdnet.co.uk/news/networking/2011/05/12/bt...

That's nice for the people whose exchange has been upgraded or is even on the list of future upgrades frown

Clever technology though.


I think you need to get a faster connection yourself!

Most of us managed to get that information a couple of weeks back! You two tin cans and waxed string obviously has a very slow throughput!


And there is a prettty major error in that article - BT is increasing the amount of optical spectrum allocated within the fibre services from 7MHz to 17MHz, It is the spectrum used on the copper from cabinet to premises.





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Standard User CurlyWhirly
(knowledge is power) Mon 30-May-11 08:13:02
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Re: BT to 'roughly double' fibre speeds in 2012


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In reply to a post by CurlyWhirly:
http://www.zdnet.co.uk/news/networking/2011/05/12/bt...

That's nice for the people whose exchange has been upgraded or is even on the list of future upgrades frown

Clever technology though.


I think you need to get a faster connection yourself!

Most of us managed to get that information a couple of weeks back! You two tin cans and waxed string obviously has a very slow throughput!

Well I only have a 3.5 Mb connection tongue


In reply to a post by MHC:
And there is a prettty major error in that article - BT is increasing the amount of optical spectrum allocated within the fibre services from 7MHz to 17MHz, It is the spectrum used on the copper from cabinet to premises.

I wouldn't have known that as it's not common knowledge !

For a change it's not the BBC news website where there is more than their fair share of article errors.


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