DirecTV Looks At Offering Broadband Access Through Power Lines

According to several announcements, Cable Internet access is getting the boost it needs. Most recently, Comcast announced that a new cable modem technology was in the works and would give customers speeds of up to 150 megabits per second (Mbps). Analysts say that Comcast’s cable modem development is due largely to competition from fiber to the premises (FTTP) technologies such as Verizon’s Fiber Optics Service (FiOS).

This week DirecTV made the announcement that it too will give cable technology a run for its money. The satellite television provider told reporters that it plans to provide broadband Internet access by delivering the service through power lines.”



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