Bandwidth limitations are throttling cloud - and the economy, argues Peter Cochrane

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Cloud computing will require ubiquitous, reliable network connections. Where are they?
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Cloud computing will require ubiquitous, reliable network connections. Where are they?

Cloud computing will require ubiquitous, reliable network connections. So where are they, asks Peter Cochrane

You can't be a tech consultant, guru or leader by using a pen and paper. You have to be at - and be seen to be at - the leading edge. So all my general equipment is less than 18-24 months old, and I...

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