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    On sites such as 1&1 hosting, it says 12,000 MBit At Your Command.

    Does that mean upto 12GB data tranfer per second?

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    no your only as good as your isp
    like saying I'm on a 56k but I'm download off a t1 how come my speeds are only 5kb
    speaking of fast ass connections, check out the future of isps with ftth
    http://www.lonestarbroadband.org/technology/ftth.htm

    How fast is FTTH?
    Fiber optic cables can currently carry information at speeds greater than 2.5 gigabits per second. Residential/business FTTH typically offers speeds from 10 mbps to over 100 mbps, which is a hundred times faster than most cable or DSL service and over twice as fast as a T3 connection.

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    No it means that they have a 12Mbit/s input/output capacity,they don't mean per-website


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    well if he had that fast of a connection he could get thoses speed from them

    source

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    Originally posted by -netweiser-@3 January 2004 - 18:30
    On sites such as 1&1 hosting, it says 12,000 MBit At Your Command.

    Does that mean upto 12GB data tranfer per second?
    Your site is sharing this 12 Gigabites/s with all the other sites on their servers. The maximum bandwidth anyone downloading from your site can get depends on the traffic at the time.
    Robert00000

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    Originally posted by muchspl2@3 January 2004 - 13:38
    no your only as good as your isp
    like saying I&#39;m on a 56k but I&#39;m download off a t1 how come my speeds are only 5kb
    speaking of fast ass connections, check out the future of isps with ftth
    http://www.lonestarbroadband.org/technology/ftth.htm

    How fast is FTTH?
    Fiber optic cables can currently carry information at speeds greater than 2.5 gigabits per second. Residential/business FTTH typically offers speeds from 10 mbps to over 100 mbps, which is a hundred times faster than most cable or DSL service and over twice as fast as a T3 connection.
    thats crazy.. and the site says people already have that... i dotn know why we dont invest in that.. i mean the US.
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    were so behind in technology its funny, look at are cell phones
    I remember reading something about the average internet line in hong kong is 10mbit
    ftth is common place over there

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    Originally posted by muchspl2@5 January 2004 - 23:41
    were so behind in technology its funny, look at are cell phones
    I remember reading something about the average internet line in hong kong is 10mbit
    ftth is common place over there
    yea there is this guy that lives in japan on the board.. he has a 100mb line and pays what we pay for reg dsl.
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    Originally posted by "Fiber to the Home (FTTH) Primer"
    Virtually unlimited bandwidth capacity
    Ah we will still kill all that bandwidth. My dsl is only 256k and I&#39;de love to have this fast-as-fuck internet conneciton thing. Imagine the shit I can do with it? B)

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    Originally posted by Arm+6 January 2004 - 01:07--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Arm @ 6 January 2004 - 01:07)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-"Fiber to the Home (FTTH) Primer"
    Virtually unlimited bandwidth capacity
    Ah we will still kill all that bandwidth. My dsl is only 256k and I&#39;de love to have this fast-as-fuck internet conneciton thing. Imagine the shit I can do with it? B) [/b][/quote]
    i mean just imagine if we all had 10mb up and down.... imagine how great emule and stuff would work, not to mention irc bots wouldnt be able to keep up with us&#33;
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