Bandwidth in the time of cholera

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In internet service provision, if an end user customer catches cholera that is their problem.

Many industry professionals sensibly opt to converse in analogies, simplifying the clear-as-mud world of four letter acronyms to instead , for example, paint the world of broadband as a motorway with dirt track off-ramps, and draw parallels between airlines and telcos to describe the highly ...

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