Originally posted by MoonDog What, 3,500 times faster than broadband isn't fast enough for you?
The team was able to transfer uncompressed data at 923 megabits per second for 58 seconds from Sunnyvale, California, to Amsterdam, Netherlands. That's about 3,500 times faster than a typical Internet broadband connection.
Was being sarcastic. I wonder when they'll offer those services here.
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Originally posted by AbecX What for? Your hard drive cant seek that fast anyway.
Not quite, but close. Most drives now will do 100MB/s transfer. 923Mb/s = ~115 MB/s. Would be nice to be able to download something, and it go as fast as if I was just copying it on my local computer from one folder to another
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Originally posted by trey85stang I dont think having that kind of service will do any good right now... unless everyone has that service.. IF you can download at a 923megs a sec... but the other end can only upload at 1.5....
still would be cool for companys to be able to connect there networks together like that.