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This will come as welcome news to all those playas who are sitting on boat load of fiber. Jupiter Research says that a typical home with a broadband connection and a wireless network currently need less than 3 Mbps of bandwidth, but that will catapult to […]

This will come as welcome news to all those playas who are sitting on boat load of fiber. Jupiter Research says that a typical home with a broadband connection and a wireless network currently need less than 3 Mbps of bandwidth, but that will catapult to 57 Mbps by 2009 with some geek-pads needing as much as 84 Mbps. The number of homes with wireless networks will increase from 7.5 mln this year to 34.3 mln in 2009.

  1. Bill Gates … 640Kb is the most you’ll ever need … we’ve been here before. Is this the tragedy or farce phase of history repeating itself?

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