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PowerfullSquid
10-07-00, 12:54 AM
my friend said that there are lines out there that caa transfer 13gbps.yes i did put gbps.i sort of believe him.i was just wondering if anyone out there knew what these lines were called if they DO exist and where i can read more about them.i'm just curious about these lines if they do exist.

dannjr
10-07-00, 01:16 AM
Yes there is somthing like that but take a look here
http://ultraband.com/flash_intro.htm



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glc1
10-07-00, 03:19 AM
According to the Ultraband site, the max is 40mbps (a little slower than a T3), which is no where near 13gbps (OC-255 = 13.21gbps).

SpeedyGonzolas
10-07-00, 11:03 AM
I believe Ultraband is going to be one of those Expensive services just like the T3 and OC

PowerfullSquid
10-07-00, 11:09 AM
ok thanks for the replies. well since there IS one that transfers about 13gbps,what companies do you thik use these? internet services i assume,right?

colour
10-07-00, 02:29 PM
Web Host providers, people/companies that run massive and or multiple servers.

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Brent
10-07-00, 02:40 PM
Originally posted by SpeedyGonzolas:
I believe Ultraband is going to be one of those Expensive services just like the T3 and OC

nope they are competively priced with current cable and dsl prices, service will prolly be around $60 a month, maybe less....

definatly worth it IMO

glc1
10-07-00, 02:47 PM
Originally posted by PowerfullSquid:
well since there IS one that transfers about 13gbps,what companies do you thik use these?Mainly huge ISPs. Most sites don't use connections like that; they use T3's (sometimes multiple, such as Excite.com) and slower OC lines.