“With this test completed, Comcast will launch live trials later this year, and will begin delivering 10G-powered multi-gig symmetrical services to customers before the end of 2023,” Comcast said. (10G is a marketing term the cable industry uses to describe 10-gigabit-per-second speeds.) Comcast did not say what it will charge customers for multi-gigabit symmetrical service or whether the upgrade will be paired with any changes to the data cap imposed in most of Comcast’s territory. Although the upgrade won’t require replacing the cables going into customers’ homes, getting all the right equipment in place throughout Comcast’s network will take a few years.
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