Or that the larger sizes can access more layered wafers in parallel?
Well duh! Paint the town with WiFi and it'll still be fast and allow them to undercut ISPs.
People who want to pay for the last mile or communities where the cost isn't vast will be able to convince them to run fibre maybe.
Would be a much more doable strategy.
I know the point of this whole exercise was 1+Gb FTTH, but perhaps finding a 300mbps happy medium would serve communities well for now.
I had a Corsair SSD give up the ghost in a spectacular way once.
It BSOD'ed Windows 7 and when I tried to look at the partitions on an Ubuntu boot disc it was empty and all zeroes.
Turned out it was the drive's fault. Returned it and they sent me a new one (probably with a firmware update to fix the bug).
Everybody likes a kidder, but nobody lends him money. -- Arthur Miller