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Tuesday, 21 August 2012 08:42

1 Tb/sec internet download speed?!

Internet speed to be improved

The speed of various ISP’s has improved many times over since the birth of the internet. I’m sure many of us can remember the days when dial-up was the best you could get. The E-World was dependent on companies such as Netscape and AOL. Shortly after, DSL companies would follow offering speeds far greater than dial-up. At this day and age companies that use copper lines are reporting speeds of just around 100 Gb/sec. But what if the average consumer could get speeds of 1 Tb/sec?

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Saturday, 04 August 2012 18:50

Google Fiber Starting Strong

google-fiber

Only one week was needed for Google Fiber to take off in Kansas City (Kansas and Missouri).  46 designated „fiberhoods“ were qualified for the service as it was reported on the Google Fiber site. A week ago Google's fiber-to-the-home network was announced offering speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second along with TV service. They started the project in neighborhoods that showed the most interest based on pre-registration for the service (and a US$10 fee).

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