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US city gets 10Gbit symetric links. York to get 1Gbit city wide internet



 
 
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Old December 28th 14, 10:59 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.politics.misc
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Default US city gets 10Gbit symetric links. York to get 1Gbit city wide internet

US city gets 10Gbit symetric links. York to get 1Gbit city wide internet
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http://www.gizmag.com/fastest-home-i...eapolis/35358/

http://www.gizmag.com/sky-talktalk-1...band-uk/31663/


How many times do we have to tell stuuuooopid *FSCKS* in Bhtee and all
its anal furry friends that they don't know how to do telecoms properly?


Rule 1 of telecom.
NEVER EVER NEVER NEVER install or update ADSL.
The moment you install it, the cost has been pushed to 10x.
It takes an awesome amount of technology to make the upload
and download speeds different.

The guys who don't do it have equal upload and download
bandwidth and charge $65 for 1Gbit lines.
It costs about $10 to provision symetric DSL because there
is so little electronics in the board to do this.

The stuuuuooopid fscks in Bhtee want minimim 6500 pounds
for a 300mbit service. Wow. Practicing management trolls in Bhtee
going down the pub and holding meetings about UK internet provisioning
and adding two zeros to the cost still don't make it work.

May be stamping "Dumb Fsckie" across their foreheads should
be made mandatory for all management trolls infecting Bhtee?


Rule 2 of telecom.
NEVER EVER NEVER NEVER install metering.

The way to get organic explosive growth is to allow the
punters maximum speed at all times. Those who use it
too much should be switched to more contended lines.
This is not metering - its just common sense load balancing.
As soon as the loading becomes light, switch the punter
back to less contended lines. That is common sense load
balancing.

The moment management trolls walk away from this model,
and start adding invoicing and checking and databasing
the load balancing information to monetize it, they are fscked.
It adds another 10x cost to the system.

Give the punter the opportunity to see when he is
being switched to more contended lines so that he
can do the common sense thing and order more lines
or less contented pipes. Which *fscking* company is going to
refuse to pay ????????????????????????????

More money, more orders, more jobs, just for the
fact that you showed the punter why he needs to spend
more money.


How to eliminate Bhtee from UK
------------------------------

The life of a Bhtee sales troll perfectly complements the
life of a Bhtee management troll adding two zeros to every invoice.
Both don't listen, return calls, or take criticism lightly.

These effeminate pricks are just too sensitive for gwad sake!!

We must protect them and their sensitivity.
They are not on the front line of industrial reality.

Reality is $65 1GB internet with equal upload and download
speeds spreading across the world. It means you can upload
a gigabyte SD card video in a minute or two and participate
in international manufacturing and win orders.

If you can't upload, you are not allowed to participate.

The world doesn't wait for heels moaning of buffering
issues. They don't care. They just go with people not
handicapped by these issues.

So here are plans to eliminate Bhtee from UK:

1. Wherever an internet company offers symetric DSL with
fiber to the home and 1Gbit, they should immediately
lobby to have Bhtee disconnected from that area.

2. Give forms out the households asking them to sign
a petition to remove Bhtee from their sewers and ducts
in exchange for your company fitting fiber at a
lower cost and providing VoIP, telephoney, smarttv
and the rest.

3. Polticians should levy more tax on Bhtee if they
are looting money with the their low speed internet
and dopey marketing should a fiber company moves into
the area and offers speeds like 1Gbit with prices
like $65.
This money they can give as subsidies to the
fiber companies rolling out 1Gbit to roll it
out even faster.

Sure more things can be done to eliminate Bhtee.
But you know, we start somewhere














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Old December 28th 14, 02:20 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.politics.misc
Col. Edmund Burke[_2_]
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Default US city gets 10Gbit symetric links. York to get 1Gbit city wide internet

"7" [email protected] .com wrote in message
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US city gets 10Gbit symetric links. York to get 1Gbit city wide internet




There ya go..... I cut out all the unnecessary bull**** for ya.
LOL

  #3  
Old December 28th 14, 02:31 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.politics.misc
7
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Default US city gets 10Gbit symetric links. York to get 1Gbit city wide internet

Col. Edmund Burke wrote:


There ya go..... I cut out all the unnecessary bull**** for ya.


Snap!

So troll, it seems burson marstellar and wpp your employer
have buncked off for Christmas with the holiday loot, but not you?

LOL


In that case, read the original post and learn to weep properly:



US city gets 10Gbit symetric links. York to get 1Gbit city wide internet
------------------------------------------------------------------------

http://www.gizmag.com/fastest-home-i...eapolis/35358/

http://www.gizmag.com/sky-talktalk-1...band-uk/31663/


How many times do we have to tell stuuuooopid FSCKS in Bhtee and all
its anal furry friends that they don't know how to do telecoms properly?


Rule 1 of telecom.
NEVER EVER NEVER NEVER install or update ADSL.
The moment you install it, the cost has been pushed to 10x.
It takes an awesome amount of technology to make the upload
and download speeds different.

The guys who don't do it have equal upload and download
bandwidth and charge $65 for 1Gbit lines.
It costs about $10 to provision symetric DSL because there
is so little electronics in the board to do this.

The stuuuuooopid fscks in Bhtee want minimim 6500 pounds
for a 300mbit service. Wow. Practicing management trolls in Bhtee
going down the pub and holding meetings about UK internet provisioning
and adding two zeros to the cost still don't make it work.

May be stamping "Dumb Fsckie" across their foreheads should
be made mandatory for all management trolls infecting Bhtee?


Rule 2 of telecom.
NEVER EVER NEVER NEVER install metering.

The way to get organic explosive growth is to allow the
punters maximum speed at all times. Those who use it
too much should be switched to more contended lines.
This is not metering - its just common sense load balancing.
As soon as the loading becomes light, switch the punter
back to less contended lines. That is common sense load
balancing.

The moment management trolls walk away from this model,
and start adding invoicing and checking and databasing
the load balancing information to monetize it, they are fscked.
It adds another 10x cost to the system.

Give the punter the opportunity to see when he is
being switched to more contended lines so that he
can do the common sense thing and order more lines
or less contented pipes. Which fscking company is going to
refuse to pay ????????????????????????????

More money, more orders, more jobs, just for the
fact that you showed the punter why he needs to spend
more money.


How to eliminate Bhtee from UK
------------------------------

The life of a Bhtee sales troll perfectly complements the
life of a Bhtee management troll adding two zeros to every invoice.
Both don't listen, return calls, or take criticism lightly.

These effeminate pricks are just too sensitive for gwad sake!!

We must protect them and their sensitivity.
They are not on the front line of industrial reality.

Reality is $65 1GB internet with equal upload and download
speeds spreading across the world. It means you can upload
a gigabyte SD card video in a minute or two and participate
in international manufacturing and win orders.

If you can't upload, you are not allowed to participate.

The world doesn't wait for heels moaning of buffering
issues. They don't care. They just go with people not
handicapped by these issues.

So here are plans to eliminate Bhtee from UK:

1. Wherever an internet company offers symetric DSL with
fiber to the home and 1Gbit, they should immediately
lobby to have Bhtee disconnected from that area.

2. Give forms out the households asking them to sign
a petition to remove Bhtee from their sewers and ducts
in exchange for your company fitting fiber at a
lower cost and providing VoIP, telephoney, smarttv
and the rest.

3. Polticians should levy more tax on Bhtee if they
are looting money with the their low speed internet
and dopey marketing should a fiber company moves into
the area and offers speeds like 1Gbit with prices
like $65.
This money they can give as subsidies to the
fiber companies rolling out 1Gbit to roll it
out even faster.

Sure more things can be done to eliminate Bhtee.
But you know, we start somewhere

  #4  
Old December 29th 14, 12:32 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
MB[_2_]
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Default US city gets 10Gbit symetric links. York to get 1Gbit city wideinternet

When I upgraded to BT Infinity 2 I sent the speed figures to a friend in
the US (about 35M).

He was CTO of a major software company, still a director, has his own
company and lives just outside San Francisco. I am getting three times
the speed than he is able to get.

  #5  
Old December 29th 14, 09:30 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.politics.misc
stephen
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Default US city gets 10Gbit symetric links. York to get 1Gbit city wide internet

On Sun, 28 Dec 2014 10:59:50 +0000, 7
[email protected] .com wrote:

US city gets 10Gbit symetric links. York to get 1Gbit city wide internet
------------------------------------------------------------------------

http://www.gizmag.com/fastest-home-i...eapolis/35358/

http://www.gizmag.com/sky-talktalk-1...band-uk/31663/


snip the commentary

FWIW your 1 Gbps UK pricing is probably low - but a lot depends on
guaranteed bandwidth and uplink rates as well as the headline for the
downlink.

A router / firewall to handle that kind of bandwidth is not exactly
cheap either.

Sure more things can be done to eliminate Bhtee.
But you know, we start somewhere


The 10G looked really interesting so I tried to follow it up.

I did a bit of hunting for the source of the 10G access - it looks
like it came from US Internet who are a local ISP in MN in the States
(Minneapolis?).

here is the press release - it is always a bit worrying when a
professional communicator cannot handle numbers and abbreviations:
http://fiber.usinternet.com/fiber-in-the-news/

And they left out a few details - like symmetric bandwidth.

Unless HK really has got 72 Gbps customer feeds of course......

however they seem to be a wireless carrier and have only done this in
a small area to alleviate wireless congestion - there are 30k homes /
locations in the footprint, and this seems aimed at businesses.

The CEO has talked to a local paper, which seems to contradict the
video clip and said they dont plan to expand outside the fibre area -
but that may just mean they changed their minds

There is also no mention of how much backhaul they have to handle
those user connections.

http://www.minnpost.com/data/2013/09...will-it-expand

So - a really good publicity stunt, and might be a early "green shoot"
for others, with some real 10G installs to back it up, but not exactly
a general rollout.....

Cheers
Stephen
Stephen Hope
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Old December 29th 14, 09:45 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.politics.misc
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Default US city gets 10Gbit symetric links. York to get 1Gbit city wide internet

Stephen wrote:

On Sun, 28 Dec 2014 10:59:50 +0000, 7
[email protected] .com wrote:

US city gets 10Gbit symetric links. York to get 1Gbit city wide internet
------------------------------------------------------------------------

http://www.gizmag.com/fastest-home-i...eapolis/35358/

http://www.gizmag.com/sky-talktalk-1...band-uk/31663/


snip the commentary

FWIW your 1 Gbps UK pricing is probably low - but a lot depends on
guaranteed bandwidth and uplink rates as well as the headline for the
downlink.

A router / firewall to handle that kind of bandwidth is not exactly
cheap either.

Sure more things can be done to eliminate Bhtee.
But you know, we start somewhere


The 10G looked really interesting so I tried to follow it up.

I did a bit of hunting for the source of the 10G access - it looks
like it came from US Internet who are a local ISP in MN in the States
(Minneapolis?).

here is the press release - it is always a bit worrying when a
professional communicator cannot handle numbers and abbreviations:
http://fiber.usinternet.com/fiber-in-the-news/

And they left out a few details - like symmetric bandwidth.

Unless HK really has got 72 Gbps customer feeds of course......

however they seem to be a wireless carrier and have only done this in
a small area to alleviate wireless congestion - there are 30k homes /
locations in the footprint, and this seems aimed at businesses.

The CEO has talked to a local paper, which seems to contradict the
video clip and said they dont plan to expand outside the fibre area -
but that may just mean they changed their minds

There is also no mention of how much backhaul they have to handle
those user connections.

http://www.minnpost.com/data/2013/09...will-it-expand

So - a really good publicity stunt, and might be a early "green shoot"
for others, with some real 10G installs to back it up, but not exactly
a general rollout.....



Good. Lets hope for your sake its only a publicity stunt, otheriwse
you would have anal ized, huffed and puffed for nothing and let down all
your believers.


In the mean time, price for technology for 1Gbit and 10Gbit has gone down
due to developments in the field of terahertz transistors
and expansion of HEMT devices.
The need to operate at cryogenic temperatures has also been
removed to terahertz operation. So it looks like
technology has moved on and getting cheaper.

My advise to Bhtee is to do up 100mbit symmetric DSL with equal
upload and download speeds asap for 50 a month.
That should give some breathing space for UK companies
before the gigabit onslaught takes a hold and the rest of
the world has fskced off North with their industries
all doing their things with 1Gbit internet.

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Old December 29th 14, 10:02 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Default US city gets 10Gbit symetric links. York to get 1Gbit city wide internet

MB wrote:

When I upgraded to BT Infinity 2 I sent the speed figures to a friend in
the US (about 35M).

He was CTO of a major software company, still a director, has his own
company and lives just outside San Francisco. I am getting three times
the speed than he is able to get.



You should send it to Korea and Japan and tell them how much
you paid.

At least they would have had a good laugh out of it

 




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