Too Much Fiber?

Although long-distance networks have unused capacity, many analysts say that does not add up to bandwidth glut. Internet and voice network traffic is expected to double every year for the rest of the decade, and the unused capacity will allow plenty of room for networks to grow without the installation of new fiber.

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Too Much Fiber?

Although long-distance networks have unused capacity, many analysts say that does not add up to bandwidth glut. Internet and voice network traffic is expected to double every year for the rest of the decade, and the unused capacity will allow plenty of room for networks to grow without the installation of new fiber.

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