Friday, March 16, 2007

Big news goes unnoticed

"A coalition of Microsoft, Google, Dell, Hewlett Packard, Intel and Phillips have been urging the FCC to allow frequencies in the 700MHz spectrum which will become available in 2009 to be used for highspeed wireless Internet access. The news, according to a story in the Washington Post (hat tip to Galeal), is that Microsoft has built a prototype which finds and uses vacant frequencies and the coalition is supposed to have delivered that to the FCC for testing yesterday."

Fractals of Change by Tom Evslin

The 700 MHz is much, much better than 2.4 GHz.
That really means big competition (and the sunset of Fiber optic.
That means a huge amount of small providers will cover the rural zones of USA.
That means broadband will really be widespread in USA.
Tha means a big step forward to the future.
And for Europe a big step backward to the past.

For ALL WHO INVEST in EUROS: you do not understand a bit of Economics.
You do not understand a bit of the future.
The futures will belong to the ones with good infrastructures.
Because good infrastructures mean cheap delivery and cheap delivery means cheap prices.
Good infrastructures mean a widespread information and a widespread information means more culture and a cultured Nation is the winner...
Good bye old, conservative Europe.
You do not even see that the World IS CHANGING and you forget: everything must change in order to be ALWAYS the same.

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