My ISP say "no servers of any kind", but they says BitTorrent is fine.. well, wtf? Please define "servers". P2P is fine, SSH is fine, remote VPN is fine.. wtf? They're all "servers" by technical definitions.
The only reason companies don't do FTTH is because it makes for a bad quarter report compared to less capital intensive upgrades of old-copper that allows the ISP to charge more and increase revenue.
For what it's worth, it's not providing any more bandwidth than the old technique, which had 80 channels at 10Gbps each.
which was not able to carry 10Gbps channels using older technology
This caused that state of a known photon to be transferred faster than light, but did destroy the known state of the original local known-photon in the process. The Doctor said based on this finding, we can transfer information faster than light, but not without destroying the original.
This experiment has been repeated by the same team several times and seems to be very hard to pull off, but is getting setup to be reproduced by others.
That is unless a leading Doctor in quantum physics on the PBS Nova channel is not a reliable source and assuming it's reproducible by other teams.
I can't tell the difference between 18, and 20...what's the point of these fast track updates?
Many small updates allows them to keep adding features without causing huge breaking changes. It gives everyone enough time to implement the new ways before the old ways are dropped.
Well, what about the trunk, where they do have to pay for bandwidth? That bandwidth is relatively cheap and is much cheaper than the cost of installing the last mile. Still, bandwidth is not an issue.
A user doing 100Mb/s from 12am-8am costs less than a user doing 1Mb/s from 5pm-11pm.