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That's my kind of connection :-)

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paintist says:

oooooo!

31st May 2006, 14:43

seaneeboy says:

Wowee! Sattelite connection? Academic network?

And to think I was chuffed with being pumped up to 2meg by NTL Today!

31st May 2006, 14:45

Euphro says:

That's kilobytes per second too :D

It's an 100 Mbit per second academic connection. It's the biggest share I've ever had of it (~60%) :)

31st May 2006, 14:48

Euphro says:

I'm on 2 Mb per second at home, which is great :)

31st May 2006, 14:49

mat says:

I used to occasionally email a chap who worked at CERN, back in '97. He was sitting on a gigabit link even then (CERN, obviously, have one of the highest bandwidth requirements of anyone ever)

For 4G networking, by the way, they reckon bandwidth will be limited only by the heat-dissapating capacities of the handheld device. Let's all just think about what that means for a minute or two... :)

31st May 2006, 15:20

Geodyne says:

So long as the handheld device is nto a laptop, all is fine. ;-)

31st May 2006, 15:22

JokerXL says:

"heat-dissapating capacities"
I was just going to say Watch it doesn't melt!
;-)

31st May 2006, 17:39

wombat527 says:

Ha. What that means, Mat, is that your handheld device will be too hot to hold...

31st May 2006, 18:26

daz says:

*drools*

31st May 2006, 19:36

Joe says:

*will work for bandwidth*

31st May 2006, 19:44

Dhamaka says:

*envies

1st Jun 2006, 08:55

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