SureWest bonds with ADSL2+

SureWest Communications, whose claim to fame is as a pioneering fiber-to-the-home carrier, is now offering bonded ADSL2+ broadband service in its home territory. And in some cases, it's doubling or almost doubling the access speeds some DSL customers currently receive. The telco, which is in the midst of migrating from MPEG-2 compression to MPEG-4 for its IPTV service, also may eventually offer video over bonded DSL facilities. It wouldn't be the first telco to do so, but it would be quite a step for the FTTH champion.

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