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Convergence in the form of residential broadband can be more economical for the service provider. Why have two line cards at the telephone central office, one in the voice switch, and one in the DSLAM
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Just as the interstate highway system in this country was introduced as the National Defense Highway System and initially funded as a defense project, a comparable program could provide a majority of American households with broadband Internet access and a multitude of societal and economic benefits. Also, many benefits, both military and civilian, would be provided by a National Defense Residential Broadband Network (NDRBN). The military applications would include the following:
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Service men and women would have a means of working at remote sites, including their residences, which could save the Department of Defense (DoD) millions of dollars annually in telephone, travel, and relocation expenses. Military reservists could stay in touch with their units via email, highbandwidth web sites, video conferencing, long-distance calling, and video on demand. Military veterans subject to recall could also stay informed of military issues. In exchange for subsidized broadband Internet access, civilian computers could be networked to DoD computers to perform distributed computing projects (crack enemy codes, map human genomes, and so on). Law enforcement agencies could better share terrorist alerts with federal and military intelligence sources via email, high-bandwidth web sites, free long-distance telephony, video conferencing, and video on demand. Civilian applications and benefits would include the following:
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The U.S. dependency on foreign oil would be reduced by empowering Americans to telecommute using video conferencing and other communication technologies. This applies equally to reducing costly business travel utilizing the same technologies. Work forces could be dispersed to less dense population areas, presenting less desirable targets for terrorists (compare rural Colorado to Lower Manhattan). This could be an engine for rural economic development nationwide.
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Education could be enhanced over great distances for both adults and school-age children via email, high-bandwidth web sites, video conferencing, and video on demand. Worker productivity could be boosted by jump-starting the now beleaguered information technologies (IT) sector of our economy.
The NDRBN would use multiple technologies (DSL, cable TV, and wireless) to deliver broadband services to the last mile. This would ensure redundancy and survivability in the network and encourage investments in a wide range of technologies and businesses creating millions of jobs. Simply planning this network could provide job security for thousands of Americans displaced by the telecom meltdown. At present, no more than 8 percent of households subscribe to a broadband service, only slightly more than 50 percent subscribe to an Internet service of any kind, and 94 percent subscribe to ordinary telephone service. Were broadband to become ubiquitous, it would resemble current telephone service in its household penetration and resulting social and economic benefits.
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No traffic problems exist in the industrialized world. A large percentage of the drivers on the developed world s highways are driving to offices where they work on computers and telephones the majority of their work day. Are we to believe those in the Audis and Land Rovers do not have telephones and computers at home Why do they clog highways to go somewhere to do something
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