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FIOS is good here 20Mbps live in NJ
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I think you people should stop complaining, try living in Australia with our internet! lol
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post #103 of 114
Where I live, anything internet related is measured in "Kbps".
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post #104 of 114
i think we pay for a 5mb connection @ $50 a month, ive nvr seen it get over 1.5mb T_T

cox suxxxx
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post #105 of 114
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Originally Posted by standard235 View Post
Meh, I get 12megabits here in Illinois. We pay for 10.0.

Woo InsightBB! Insight for the win!

[/fanboyism]
Definitely! I'm in KY and Insight is great

My friend just switched from bellsouth because they kept giving him the same problematic modem.

Also 40gb/s for an old woman, ***?
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*** type of LAN port does she have to handle 40GBPS?
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post #107 of 114
At my house I cant get cable or Fios..Oldschool ADSL, a whopping 300kbs down TOPS, more like 150 on average...

At work we have a supper fast line...and a gigabit network...Cat 6 baby!

I wish I could atleast get like 5mb here...I would pay 200 a month!!! haha.
post #108 of 114
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Originally Posted by D3DAiM View Post
*** type of LAN port does she have to handle 40GBPS?
Server grade fiberoptics router. Probably only costs $10,000.

The yahoo article really chopped up the important parts, in what they were trying to accomplish. Now everyone thinks it's a residential connection.

It was a university/corporate funded project, designed to demonstrate how efficient the laying of fiberoptics to the home can be. They've done it cheaper than possible with Cable, and over vast distances with no routing stations. It's a technological marvel that could save ISPs double-digit percentages, while allowing vastly more bandwidth for their customers.
     
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post #109 of 114
Tell me which HDD or RAM can handle 40GBps???
    
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post #110 of 114
if i had a connection that fast i would turn my house into internet cafe LOL


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