Broadband Access

The Internet continues to expand at an enormous rate, and the worldwide modem market will continue to be buoyed by this growth as the default solution for residential Internet access. Cable and xDSL modems will continue their strong movement into the residential marketplace. Today, applications such as Internet access and high-speed remote access to storage media require more data capacity than traditional telecommunications services can provide. Replacing copper wiring with fiber optic cabling is one way of delivering this capacity to your home, but the associated technology is expensive.

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