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Subject: Re: UKNM: ADSL
From: Sajid Mohammed
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 1999 23:57:27 GMT

If I can butt in here, cable in/DTV offers up to 10
Mbps bandwidth upstream & downstream (can any
trialistas confirm?) whereas terrestrial/satellite
in/DTV currently offers piddling access via a dial-up

Longer term, cable has a stronger chance* unless the
Skys and OnDigitals of this world are offering
low-cost broadband access i.e. ADSL...


*With the caveat that the sector needs to consolidate
i.e. NTL need to snap up Telewest's cable interests...

--- Roland <rolandatair-tight [dot] com> wrote:
> I was wondering what Stewart meant when he wrote
> that 'ADSL could be
> used to make up the gap between Cable based
> interactive TV and
> Terrestrial/Satelite interactive TV.' What do you
> mean by the 'gap'
> and how would it be filled (assuming that the
> bandwidth would be
> sufficient)?
> ADSL can be used to deliver TV services - Kingston
> Communications are
> already doing it in Hull - but is it the best
> technology to use?
> Rolandatair-tight [dot] com

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