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im not 100% sure about this but i heard it from a friend in the middle eat ... their buildin these computer connections based fibre glass pipes and they transfer up to like 5 Gb/sec but the sad thing those fibre glass pipes are like $20 a meter and if you benth them to 60 degrees or more they will break.. just heard this stuff yesterday not 100% that is offical i think there were doing testings and stuff and my friend saw them.
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OC3 can already run metro wide fiber networks @ 1GB/sec

http://portal.oc3networks.com/index....=57&Itemid=176
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It's entirely possible. But what kind of hardware can handle those speeds ?
    
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A gigabit card that receives the connection from a conversion modem could probably make good use of a little chunk of it, somewhere within the range of 600-850 Mbps, which, is 60 to 85x faster than the standard/high-end 10Mbps cable broadband connection.
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I have 20 MBit International and 36 Mbit Domestic bandwidth and its more than enough. I send one movie through Skype for 5-7 minutes if 1 CD, if 2 CDs 10-15 minutes. If teoretically you have 5 Gb/s ( is it Gbit or Gbyte ?) you would download a DVD disc faster than the fastest HDD can handle
    
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Why is this in the news section?

http://www22.verizon.com/content/con...and+prices.htm
Verizon offers Fiber Optics. However, not as fast as you stated. Hmm..
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well i never knew it existed.
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post #8 of 18
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Originally Posted by overcrash View Post
I have 20 MBit International and 36 Mbit Domestic bandwidth and its more than enough. I send one movie through Skype for 5-7 minutes if 1 CD, if 2 CDs 10-15 minutes. If teoretically you have 5 Gb/s ( is it Gbit or Gbyte ?) you would download a DVD disc faster than the fastest HDD can handle
You lucky bastard.
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Originally Posted by dannyyboii View Post
Why is this in the news section?

http://www22.verizon.com/content/con...and+prices.htm
Verizon offers Fiber Optics. However, not as fast as you stated. Hmm..
That is because Verizon is stingy with bandwidth and caps you off only making money on the "fiber optic" name because in truth their fibos connection is absolutely horrid in bang - buck ratio.
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post #10 of 18
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Originally Posted by overcrash View Post
If teoretically you have 5 Gb/s ( is it Gbit or Gbyte ?) you would download a DVD disc faster than the fastest HDD can handle
Gb/s = Gigabit
GB/s = Gigabyte
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