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Originally Posted by {core2duo}werd View Post
it doesn't matter, your data only travels as fast as it's slowest line, thats why routers do best rout calculations.
Say both routes can carry the 100GB/s lines and equally deliever an equal amount of down and up per house.

The people with the 100 lines will have more space.
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The would be sweet, probly be cheaper then fibre as well so would be good for home network
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why NOT make the new standard 100GB/s? I mean...they're gonna have to eventually anyways...this just means you have to change the standard TWICE.
Because you get paid more if people upgrade twice (or 3 times...). It's like razors: they've probably had 5-blade razors since the seventies. They prefer to make you buy a 2 blade, when prices drop you pay more for a 3 blade, and the same for a four blade and five blade. Also like corrupt pharmaceutical companies: they make more money with a treatment than with a cure.

Back on topic, I can't wait
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Also, everyone seems to be forgetting, using ethernet is for more than just routing your Internet traffic. What about home networks?
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Also, everyone seems to be forgetting, using ethernet is for more than just routing your Internet traffic. What about home networks?
Exactly. At work, the time it takes to do backus is horribly slow, and we run gigabit everywhere, but when you have 4 servers backing up at the same time bandwidth gets saturated pretty darn quick.
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Exactly. At work, the time it takes to do backus is horribly slow, and we run gigabit everywhere, but when you have 4 servers backing up at the same time bandwidth gets saturated pretty darn quick.
or even the idea of cheaper/faster bandwidth for that server

maybe by the time this is mainstream....

i.e. i pay like 209 a month for a server with 2000GB of bw on a 100mbps port....

maybe in 2010 i can get a similar spec server for that time. with a 1gbps port and 15000GB bw for the same price



edit: time to ramble on a similar note....

why dont companies like comcast separate their lines?

i.e. run 3 lines instead of 1 on every pole. use one for tv. one for net. and one for phone?

in theory. this way they could use every frequency for each of those. increasing the bandwidth each has by ALOT!

i know they make Siamese coax cables for home use... why not just do the same for the actual poles? makes more sense to me......

anyone else got any views on this subject?
    
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