Cablevision launches 50 Mbps service in Long Island

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Cablevision is all set to launch a 50 megabits/second service to its customers in Oyster Bay, New York. The company is using Narad Networks’ Narad Broadband Access Network technology which can deliver upto 100 megabit/s speeds on HFC networks. I have written about Narad in the past, and was consistently impressed by their direction. The technology leverages the spectrum above 860 MHz to create new, QoS-managed bandwidth. The use of a switching fabric assures data security and network monitoring needed for enterprise telecom services. The Narad architecture evolution will allow 1 Gbps or 10 Gbps symmetric Ethernet to be carried, in the last mile, over any combination of fiber, coax, and wireless transmission media.

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Sh0wGun

Damn I wish i was a CableVision Customer not a Time Warner Cable those Greedy bastard just like to Hug thier Bandwith and Push up the prices those Fvucker. oh well atless I will be getting FiOS here in NYC on TWC territoire.

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