OPTIC FIBER HAS REALLY SUCH A BRIGHT FUTURE?Very.SHOULDN'T SATELLITE COMMUNICATION CONSIDERED ASHOLDING THE FUTURE?The distant future perhaps, when launch costs come down dramatically and a practical solution is found to communicate with devices indoors without an external antenna. Bandwidth will always be a problem with satellites. There is no practical limit to bandwidth with fiber. You can just lay more strands, switch the lasers faster and put the frequencies closer together.Satellite is best for one way, broadcast television and for people that can't get fiber. For anything else, it will always provide less bandwidth and cost more than fiber. It is however, the only solution for mobile users in sparsely populated areas. That isn't a lucrative market.OOPS!!! I BOUGHT JDSU FOR HIGH PRICE..SO I LIKE TO HAVE A LOOK IN THE CRYSTALL BALL....I am sure that is just a short term 'problem.' JDSU should also have a bright future.
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