We anticipate the huge shift to working from home will quickly overwhelm the capacity of residential communications infrastructure. The upstream speeds of many U.S. cable and DSL connections are already fairly pathetic, making them ill-suited to many business use cases like cloud, VoIP, webinars and video-conferencing. Cable systems share bandwidth via local nodes that could also face congestion on a neighborhood by neighborhood level. Most business ISPs are well-engineered to handle large volumes of traffic. Residential ISPs on the other hand, will be hard-pressed to mitigate usage peaks.