Campaign: The Open Internet & Innovation

CB-IP

Julius, I've been told by reliable sources that you guys are actually reading all these notes, so I'd like to put this one directly to you. If you take valuable beach front spectrum away from the TV broadcasters and then just auction it all off to the highest bidder (AT&T, etc.) then that's just taking our problem out of the frying pan and throwing it into the fire. Out of one monopoly's hands, and into another. Let's ...more »

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Net Neutrality will not stop broadband investment

A NN does not mean that private broadband investment will stop or even slow for that matter. The computer field has always grown out of need, and not necessarily competition. In fact, when there is no longer a need to innovate the business's become stagnant. There are countless examples of this. The broadband companies know that they provide a valuable commodity. So how can they go around saying that private investments ...more »

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Campaign: Workshop--Innovation, Investment, and the Open Internet

The fundamental flaw of Ethernet is that it requires routers.

Leave the carrier backbone alone, however migrate the middle and last mile to a broadcast architecture that does not require routers. It's called The Q from Ether2. This technology will eliminate bottlenecks and support stable QoS no matter how many nodes or how much traffic is on the network (up to 110%). IPTV quality will surpass cable/sat, the digital divide will be closed, net neutrality will be a non-issue, and ...more »

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