I now got 1000mbit/s down, 500mbit/s up, in my flat. Thank you Scandinavia. Thank you DOCSIS 3.1. Thank you Huawei. To be priced at 73€/month on January 1st 2019. (another cheaper ISP is at 40€/month but they can only upload at 100mbit/s right now, and no way I'd go for that when I can have 500mbit/s using the "historic" "national" backbone ISP) These speeds could also be soon available on Virgin Media in the UK, on Comcast in the USA. Just get onto DOCSIS 3.1 with your copper network. Use Huawei ISP Telco infrastructure!
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- NOT being anti-Chinese is one thing, but why the heck are you cheering for them?
"Thank you Huawei"? Are you serious?
This is a disgrace!
Ajit Pai might be a puppet to the American telecoms, but you obviously sold your soul to Chinese government held companies, which is in fact much much worse.2w
- Thank you Huawei! They are providing the DOCSIS 3.1 infrastructure to Denmark which means most of the Danish population can now have 1000mbit/s download and 500mbit/s upload speed without even needing to build out fiber to the home!! How insanely amazing is that! I am so lucky that Huawei decided to build this DOCSIS 3.1 network in Denmark first as basically I think an experimental network, to make sure everything is smooth and fast. Before they try to also sell these copper speeds to other countries that have also well established copper cable TV networks like Virgin Media in the UK, Comcast in the USA. Does other providers than Huawei provide this 1000mbit/500mbit connection over cable TV network? I am curious how does Comcast offer 1gbit, that's only by building out fiber to the home, correct? Or is comcast also doing DOCSIS 3.1 perhaps with another technology provider?2w
- Docsis is only technology for "last-mile" deployment.
Currently I have fiber in flat (with fiber-to-ethernet converter), but I'm moving to new flat with Docsis 3.0 based provider (max 250/10mbps). He will have to upgrade (very!) expensive equipment with every version, while provider in old flat is good for possibly decades while only changing basic network elements.1w
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