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Siemens Sets Network Speed Record (107 Gigabits per second)

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The race to push more bits down broadband networks has leaped ahead with Siemens achieving a transmission speed of 107 gigabits per second over a single optical fiber.

Super-fast speeds like the 107-gigabits-per-second transmission, which could send two DVDs in a second, will be necessary to help haul the huge amount of traffic expected to come from online games, music, and video downloads.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,12...y/article.html
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H4XORS!!!!

I want speeds like that. My ping would be about -1 in an Austrilain server.
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i want one of those!

that's good though, we need faster networks. so many noobs on the net are slowing things down...
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Quote:
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H4XORS!!!!

I want speeds like that. My ping would be about -1 in an Austrilain server.
Bandwidth has almost nothing to do with ping. Unless of course youre on a 64 player server using dialup. It is mostly affected by the number of hops and the distance between the server and the client.
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Damn...that would be great for residential use. Cant imagine what the monthly bill would be from your ISP for that though.
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That's faster then you can write. This will be used for the internet backbones and that's it.
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That's faster then you can write. This will be used for the internet backbones and that's it.
I agree. I know its wishful thinking to get something like that for residential.
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That's what they said about dual-core, PCI-E, etc... Sooner or later we'll find reasons/excuses to saturate all that bandwidth!
    
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downloading SUPERUBERLEETHIFI_DVDs! those will take lots of bandwith!
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