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Let me show you my grandchildren at 40Gb/s
75-year-old Sibritt Löthberg from Karlstad Sweden just got her first computer, but it didn't take her long to download all the necessary patches.

Swedish news site The Local reports that Löthberg's home has been tricked-out with a record-breaking 40 Gb/s connection - the first time a private residence has tapped into the internet at such high speeds.

The blazing-fast connection comes courtesy her son, Peter Löthberg, a Swedish optical internet guru working at Cisco.

Ma Löthberg's house was converted into a broadband dog-and-pony act in an effort to promote high-speed fibre connections as a commercially viable platform.

"I want to show that there are other methods than the old fashioned ways such as copper wires and radio, which lack the possibilities that fibre has," said Peter Löthberg.

According to The Local, the secret sauce behind the connection is a new modulation technique that allows data to be transfered directly between two routers up to 2,000 km apart - with no intermediary transponders. This allows information to travel over huge distances without data loss.

With her blistering connection, Sigbritt Löthberg will be able to download a full high-definition DVD in just two seconds. Now if only there was a place for a Swede to utilize such a speed advantage... ®
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/07...et_connection/
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"12th July 2007"
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I'm stealing her internets!
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Way old news.
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post #5 of 12
i bet someone is going to go marry her just for her internets
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Where is the point if those speeds are greater than hard drive?
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post #7 of 12
Why would you even bother posting news from 2007 ?. It's almost 2009.
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Where is the point if those speeds are greater than hard drive?
I agree with that, you can't even save it to your HDD fast enough. I hope he's at least running a 1Gb NIC.
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1) WAAAAAAAAY old news

2) Repost -> http://www.overclock.net/software-ne...onnection.html
    
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1) WAAAAAAAAY old news

2) Repost -> http://www.overclock.net/software-ne...onnection.html
I wonder what the girl is going to do with that banana after she uses it for a phone

If she is trying to find out where it fits, give for a few seconds
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