10Gbps over telephone lines: XG.fast DSL means we don’t need fibre… yet

By way of example, VDSL2 can do around 100Mbps over that 17MHz channel; G.fast can do about 700Mbps at 106MHz; and XG.fast can go all the way up to 10Gbps at 500MHz with two bonded telephone lines. – Sebastian Anthony, Ars Technica http://trib.al/bVeqkYV
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