13. December 2012 · Write a comment · Categories: Internet · Tags:

“Internet access in America remains relatively slow – particularly when it comes to upload speeds, the very feature necessary for cloud computing and creating user-generated content. Cable companies dominate wired internet access and face no real competition or pricing pressure; telcos like Verizon and AT&T have retreated to wireless, which will never be a full substitute for wired capacity; and we still have no plan for a nation-wide upgrade to fiber.”

Read more: It's Time to Fix the Pitifully Slow, Expensive Internet Access in the U.S. | Wired.com.

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