Verizon offers life at 100 Mbps

It was noted last week how the median Internet download speed in Japan was 61 Mbps. Now comes news that Verizon is testing 100 Mbps connections over FiOS. Attaining speeds of 100 Mbps is in the strategic thought process of any company that decides to deploy fiber to the "x."

So, why aren't we trying harder to get there? Are quality of service issues still not well enough understood? How would 100 Mbps change our lives? Maybe the dirty little secret is that it wouldn't change them all that much.

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