Time Warner is testing 40GB caps on broadband service, but it’s hardly the only operator moving forward with caps. Rogers in Canada is starting to charge users for going over their monthly maximums. Broadband tiers start at “Ultra Lite” with a 2 GB cap and go up to “Extreme Plus” service with a 95 GB cap.
Also from Broadband Reports, Comcast is promising a 100 Mbps service by 2010. No word on upstream speed, but that’s still an impressive jump from the downstream speed tiers offered today.
And from CableLabs, the first digital voice modems have now been DOCSIS 3.0 certified. Among them, the Motorola SBV6220, which was initially certified for its data component in Certification Wave 58.