Vyralize: BT in partnership with Alcatel-Lucent have set a new record for the fastest commercial Internet via current network infrastructure.
I'm going to need a much faster and larger hard drive then!
I see Google may up the ante, I love competition
What's the point of things like this when most of England are still stuck with <10mb connections? I live in a city with a population of around 200k and around about a mile away from my exchange and I can only get an 8mb connection.
Most of england have fibre optic and get speeds of upto 100mb and beyond..
Most of England do NOT have fibre optic and have speeds of 100MBS and beyond...Dunno what your on about pal...
this will useful for driving holographic youtube in the near future as holo-displays use terabytes of data per second
Theres absolutely no use for this. Its illegal to download music and movies anyway. I have 120MB/s internet and I have never seen anything go faster than 22MB/s too.
Same here 120 from virgin, but to be honest I dont really need it, though they upgraded me for free so cant really complain.
Who said anything about illegally downloading music and movies?
Ummm.. iTunes says hello. :-)) as well as other options.
Just because you have 120 mb/s internet speed doesnt mean your download speed will be 120 mb/s.
I'll believe it when I see it BT... Not switching to you because of those horrendous prices and limits...
don't forget those peak times!
That would put me over my data cap in 2 seconds lol.
That's what I am thinking. Is there any unlimited plan for this?
I wish TWC would up their connection. The fact that the US has such horrible internet infrastructure when they are the inventors is quite sad. Last I checked the US is 8th in the world for internet speeds.
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