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"What use would a 2-Mbps Ethernet connection be to a financial firm? I would think they'd need a lot more bandwidth--but I could be wrong..."
I suppose it would depend upon what that financial institution is doing with the network connection. I know of many financial institutions that operate automatic teller machines, credit card terminals and point of sale devices. Many of these are upgrading from subrate (X.21) interfaces running at a fraction of 2Mbps. Some systems simply aren't ready for a gigabit worth of bandwidth.
Good article, thanks for posting. We also have an article on CLEC: http://blog.bicomsystems.com/clec
I also had the honor to participate in the Conference. I spoke on the topic ...
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