Tuesday, January 9, 2007

J:COM to bond with 160 Mbps Internet service

By Jeff Baumgartner (1.5.07)

J:COM, the largest cable MSO in Japan, will use pre-DOCSIS 3.0 channel bonding techniques to deliver a super-fast Internet service that caps downstream speeds at 160 Mbps, and upstream speeds at 10 Mbps.

The service, which carries the provisional brand of "J:COM.NET 160 Mbps," will be offered to individual homes and customers beginning in April 2007.

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