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Old 4th February, 2009, 07:49 PM
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New De-multiplexing Device Promises Massive Data Transmission Speed Boost

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Wednesday, 04 February 2009

New device could soon usher in the 1 Tbps Ethernet era

Shane McGlaun (Blog) - February 4, 2009 10:17 AM

We are seeing significant gains in the performance of many components in computers today. CPUs get faster with each new generation of the hardware. RAM gets faster, hard drives get faster, and SSDs get faster as well. What is also needed are performance improvements in the networks computers send and receive data across....
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Unless you were writing or reading from a ram disk or raid 0 SSD, the current consumer technology would limit out.

Now put this in the corporate world. Holy crap. Imagine servers linked to SANs through iSCSI 1tbps! Visualized blade system based massive servers would FLY. Add this to the new SSD NAS/SAN's that are coming available. Imagine 1tbps links between the countries, linking infrastructure for phones, internet, and management systems. All over existing fiber connections.

Maybe then I can get decent uncapped internet, like japan
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Just because the Japanese do it better doesn't mean that we are worse. Pst, wanna bet? Seriously this is a great advance, go Aussies and Danes!
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