jerry at fc.net
Sun Dec 5 23:43:49 UTC 1999
In message <19991205204844.21200.cpmta at c004.sfo.cp.net>, Sean Donelan writes:
>I find it interesting after the 1980's and the era of "personal computers"
>once again the computing industry is back to the timesharing model of large
>data centers. ASPs?
Not so much timesharing of central processing, but bandwidth sharing of
geography. It turns out some locations are substantially cheaper to
get bandwidth into due to the circumstances of where other bits
of fiber are.
We are very definately in the age of "more than one cpu" per user.
--- jerry at fc.net
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