Telcos say bandwidth glut is gone

As you may have noticed, our pet project at FierceTelecom.com this week is a debate about bandwidth glut. Is the glut from earlier this decade gone and pushed out of mind by real bandwidth demand? Do carriers need to keep making bandwidth investments to keep from having their network capacity tapped out by all this demand?

Take out poll to let us know what you think, but meanwhile, Light Reading talked to some carriers who believe the glut is long gone and not in danger of returning.

For more:
- read this story in Light Reading

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