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Any chance Sonic's distance estimation is inaccurate? My distance shows as 5,000 feet which means I'm a little too far to see any meaningful benefits. It makes me cry a little on the inside.
Dane, i recently talked with support and they mentioned that there is a cutoff @ 4000 ft from the CO in at least one of your tools that determines whether a line would benefit from VDSL. Since I'm @ 4661 ft per the prequal page, I assume my distance would preclude me from getting VDSL2? I thought 5000ft was the cutoff?
When a CO is upgrade to VDSL2, for the people at a greater distance from the CO but under 5000 ft, is there any way to estimate whether they would get a benefit to migrating up to VDSL2 vs. bonded Fusion vs. going with the VRAD-based product)?
Any estimate on when this VDSL2 upgrade will be available in San Francisco (and which neighborhoods?)?
Today we provision VDSL2 out to 4,000ft. As we get more customers on that platform, we will review real-world performance to determine if we can achieve any gains using this technology for loops longer than this.
For migrations of existing loops over to the new interfaces, we have some work to do on the process and workflow, then we will offer that to existing members.