Internet Designer Sees Big Things For Wireless Broadband

Vint Cerf, VP and Internet evangelist at Google, asserts that broadband service providers could use some competition. Cerf, who helped create the foundations for today’s Internet, says cable modems from cable companies, along with DSL lines from wireline phone companies, are the two most common Internet access technologies, yet both are mostly inadequate for the job. There is hope, however: according to Cerf, broadband wireless and the FCC’s upcoming spectrum auctions offer possible competition for the current “duopoly” of broadband service providers in the US.
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