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London touts Investors to go elsewhere to invest in Digital



 
 
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Old July 12th 18, 02:58 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
R. Mark Clayton[_2_]
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Default London touts Investors to go elsewhere to invest in Digital

On Wednesday, 11 July 2018 15:58:37 UTC+1, 7 wrote:
R. Mark Clayton wrote:

On Wednesday, 11 July 2018 09:01:45 UTC+1, 7 wrote:
+++ATH0 wrote:



SNIP


Your favourite organizations BT and Openreach would be trampling over
each other and the Government to take a few grand off every household
to run fibre to them if someone were prepared to pay it.

They're not, otherwise Optigigaclear******** would be doing the same
all over the country too.

Welcome to the house of lies banded by shiitt BT (British Telecum)
trolls.

The average cost is below 150 per household.
4km per day fiber installer -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8bz...youtu.be&t=204

But if Openroach is involved, the costs go up to minimum 250
because they first install an empty tube and spend time installing
a second time a fiber blown through the now empty tube.


So do Virgin Media. AFAIK no-one buries bare cables in the road (other
surface traffic sensing ones).

It means that if the wire / fibre fails, another can be pulled or blown
through without digging up again.


Each new line requires another blow job.
By the time its all done, average costs go up to 800.
They use 10,000 fusion splicer which is likely out dated
while a modern one costs $900 and good for 100km jobs (0.01dB loss).

While a real fiber engineer pulls one cable with nearly hundred cores
($2/meter) in one step and installs termination in minutes
as his helping hand seals up the handy work in 2 hours average.


So if this is cut, how long does it take to resplice 100 fibres with a
10cm section for the gap AND keep them in the right order?


10cm you might be able to pull because the fibers may not be stiff.
Lets say 3 meters (two crushed bits)
Then according to videos on Internet which you could have looked before
poosting is under 10mins per colour coded fiber join.


so over two man days to rejoint a 100 fibre cable - your pricing is looking suspect.

Better of course to lay a cable with just a few 10Gbps (or faster) fibres and use statistical multiplexors to serve 20 - 50 end users at 1Gbps each.

Sadly you don't understand what a multiplexor even is.



BT Openroach Offcum shiit telecum engineers working every day spreading
****t now sinking UK to 35th place below Madagascar Internet speed
and robbing UK public of their bandwidth.


Already debunked - Madagascar is 133rd.
 




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