A-PLUS calls its technology "Converged Broadband Infrastructure" owing to the fact that its design is free of incumbent and legacy wired infrastructure that is incapable of supporting next-generation capacity.
A-PLUS Converged Broadband Infrastructure© (CBI) is 30–60 times faster out-of-the-box than the average U.S. broadband plan proposes to reach in a decade.
Perfected next-generation broadband technology is in practice in other parts of the globe and represents a quantum leap from the majority of "broadband" strategies and commitments present here in the United States. CBI© does make use of parts of existing infrastructure such as underutilized fiber if it is as presently capable and future-proof as the CBI© deploys. However, where the existing capacity does not meet the CBI© standard, it will be bypassed. In this manner, CBI© eclipses other "broadband" plans and proposals that seek merely to move incrementally from dialup, to DSL, DSL+, and to Cable — but not much beyond.
When complete within designated markets, a CBI© delivers seamless wired and wireless connectivity to virtually every residential, commercial, and institutional end-user in the market. On day one, CBI© will deliver 500 Mbps to each user, and in a second phase (the timing of which is based on rates of penetration and adoption), will ramp the speed up to 1,000 Mbps — 30 to 60 times faster than the fastest speeds attainable using the self-limiting legacy infrastructure.