Re: I agree with Verizon let me know when i can stream HD video from my HTPC to my laptop on the road going to need a bit more 10Mbps up load
OR if i want back up the 5TB of HDD i have to some where off site
and then later restore it
and thats just what you could do with it now
once every one has large connection stuff will come along to use it
Re: I agree with Verizon Seriously, none of what you've described is remotely close to typical internet use. 5TB of data at your house??? Are you an aspiring George Lucas or is your porn and warez collection that large? I have every single document, file, e-mail, and almost every program I've purchased/created since 1996, and it all fits comfortably onto a RAID-1 array of two 500GB drives.
I work as an IT consultant with customers ranging from 2 user home offices to 1,000+ user networks, and the customers with such storage requirements can be counted on one hand. You can not credibly claim that your situation is normal or expect ISPs to scale their residential infrastructure to accommodate people like you. You aren't even the 1%, you're more like the 0.01%
Incidentally, a lot of you have no idea of just how good you have it. We have customers with 100+ employees that are forced to share 3.0/768 DSL connections, because that's all that's available/affordable at their location. You'll forgive my complete lack of sympathy if you can't get by with a lousy 50mbit/s at your house.
Re: I agree with Verizon
said by elios:None of which is remotely close to 'typical' use, nor are you the customer that an ISP is going to base their infrastructure around, no matter how much you hem and haw about your horrible internet connection.
5TB is just MY pc there is nother 5TB in the HTCP and another 2 and 3 TB worth of stuff in my room mates PCs
said by elios:Because it's that easy to relocate a business with one hundred employees and millions of dollars invested into plant and equipment? Give me a break....
and your customers shouldnt have to share a 3Mbps connection
and frankly i would move my business if i ran in that
Why don't you move to Kansas City if you feel so strongly about this issue? I bet you can move to Kansas City easier than my customer can move across town. Put your money where your mouth is.
| || |said by IowaCowboy:Amen. What people are forgetting is you are limited by the other end and all the stuff in between. Youtube will still suck, your online backups will still be constrained by the other end, uploading to your web site will still be bound by their connection, etc.
50/10 is more than adequate for normal residential use.
Heck, we have 25/something FIOS and even working in IT and streaming Netflix, running Crashplan, etc I hardly ever max it out. That's because the other end almost never will have enough bandwidth to serve you @ 10, 20, 50, 1Gbps, etc.