Some truth about Comcast - WikiLeaks style

Kevin Neal kevin at safelink.net
Wed Dec 15 11:15:47 CST 2010


Also assuming the backbone and distribution upgrades required between
their data centers and their customers costs nothing.  It's not free
to get bandwidth from Point A (port with TATA) to Point B (Customer).

-Kevin Neal

On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 8:09 AM, ML <ml at kenweb.org> wrote:
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>> According to:
>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comcast
>> "Comcast has 15.930 million high-speed internet customers"
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>> If a 10G port for transit is paid by comcast $30/Mbit/s monthly
>> that's 0.19 cent/internet customer/month for a new 10G port
>> to properly desaturate this particular link.
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>> Did I compute something wrong?
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>> Laurent
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> Assuming that I did my math right.
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> It's actually 1.9 cents/month/per customer.
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> Assuming they pay $30/meg...
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