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Friday, October 16, 2009

Berkman recommends European-East Asian openness unbundlers for broadband

No Germany in the Berkman draft study which returns to the theme of unbundling and functional separation - but the highlight is below - and also today a fascinating report by the UK Apcomms all-Party parliamentary committee, with lots of interesting information on net neutrality and traffic management (more on this Monday when I can digest it properly). Meanwhile, idiots ran rampant in parliament yesterday.

"The high-priced, low-speed options are in the lower-left, while the low-priced, high-speed options are in the upper right. [US ISPs on the chart with red boxes].


Canadian ISPs can stop laughing now; as the report notes, their reputation for quality is largely unearned.

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