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Cisco Planning to Change the Internet

Category: Internet
Posted: March 9, 2010 10:20AM
Author: CheeseMan42

Cisco has announced it will make an announcement at the close of the market today, one which the company claims “will forever change the internet.” There is plenty of speculation as to what the announcement will deal with, with some popular theories including a fiber network and internet video traffic. A Cisco rep debunked the first theory, stating that Cisco is in the business of helping others do such things, and that it has no desire to build its own network. The latter theory is supported by the acquisition of Starent Networks, which specializes in mobile phone communication. I'm hoping that the announcement will enable companies to bring cheaper high speed internet to the United States.



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potatochobit on March 9, 2010 07:39PM
technology will not make your high speed internet cheaper as long as the industry is still a virtual monopoly. if you want cheaper prices and better service you must allow competition in america.
gebraset on March 9, 2010 07:40PM
Sadly, all of the competition is very expensive. So multiple companies right now are not making prices go lower, though they enable it to stay where it is now.

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