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Forget running fiber to your house – cable internet can now do 10Gbps

Fiber internet is one of those things that politicians keep promising, and everyone keeps lusting over. Unfortunately. running a dedicated fiber line to everyone's house is crazy expensive and massively impractical, so companies have been toying with various "last mile" solutions to get nearly-fiber speeds to everyone's house. Thanks to CableLabs, the telecoms R&D company that invented the DOCSIS standard cable modems use today, things are about to get a lot easier.
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