.................with apologies to Alistair Cook

Saturday, 27 September 2008

This is soooooooooo unfair....

Japan To Get 1Gbps Home Fiber Connections: "ashitaka writes 'KDDI has announced that they will be launching a 1Gbps Internet service to single-family home and condo users in October. The service is supposedly synchronous, with 1Gbps in both directions, although the article implies that speeds will vary with location. Cost will be 5,985 yen/month (about US$56.50) for the basic Internet and IP phone service. This is intended to compete with NTT, who currently control over 70% of the Japanese FTTH market.

(Via Slashdot.)