The Cost of Not Upgrading to Fiber Across your Telecom Network

When much of today’s copper network infrastructure was upgraded to broadband, downstream was the only consideration and bandwidth demand at the home was a mere fraction of what it is today. Using the copper plant originally installed to deliver essential voice services was enough to satisfy the initial bandwidth demand — and it made sense financially at the time, especially in areas where there was little competition.

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