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Monday, August 17, 2015

Verizon's New Fiber Tech

Verizon Tests 10Gbps FiOS, Says New Fiber Tech Can Go Up to 80Gbps

With new tech, Verizon says each color of light can support 10Gbps on a fiber.

Jon Brodkin | August 12, 2015

Verizon says it has tested 10Gbps broadband service with a residential customer in Massachusetts, using new technology that will let its FiOS fiber-to-the-premises network scale up to 80Gbps "as the market demands."
FiOS residential speeds go up to 500Mbps downstream and upstream today. Verizon's fiber network will eventually get a huge upgrade with NG-PON2 (next generation passive optical network) equipment. 


<more at; related links: (Verizon preps super-fast 10Gbps broadband. August 12, 2015) and (Verizon Pushes 10 Gbps through Fiber Network. June 23, 2010)>

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