>>1719117>If it's a private company then politics won't matter
If you're this naive to the real world there really is no hope you can grasp this, so I will save myself the effort.
Call me an excuse if you will. >>1719138
Even in the u.s. there is legislation for 'private' infrastructure, even though a technical solution may be perfectly feasible due to politicians, unions, agreements (state or international) and local stakeholders, it will not be implemented or at least not with 20 year delay of when it was first possible.
Even if they can fix a problem right away, they might not want to. Say for example could fire all those people by your new hardware system? Then how are they going to justify the billions of tax money under the guise of 'investment' they receive every year? With npc jobs they can scheme muh 'employment' even if it's totally disproportional, voters will buy it anyway.
Biden's new trillion dollar infrastructure plan just passed a few months ago, and yes a significant part will go to 'private' companies as always.
There is reason for everything even if it's not directly clear, they don't want certain problems to be solved because it's useful to have these problems for x,y and z.