Luckily FIber has matured to a stronger and more flexible version. I remember when it first came out and if the thin glass line inside got a small crack it would screw up transmission if not ending it all together. The last Fiber I worked with about two years ago in several Super Wally World locations on the East coast was bendable to a 90% ratio while still operational and I am sure it has moved since then. Either way it bodes well for this and I also think it should be in all metro areas relatively soon (Maybe 3-5 or 1-3 even depending) it does not bode well for the standard TV channels though as it hurts advertising a lot which finances it all. Either way streaming etc is the way of the near future and VOIP is also owning that spectrum (general Telephone and some cellular as well) as well as general internet usage and entertainment. It has to be nice to live in Kansas! I do wonder though several things like how many main lines they have to run for a specific location etc to guarantee all time successful transmission.
Too bad overland park didn't get it, I know some people there.
This is exactly getting a new level to high speed connectivity.
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