Randy Bush randy at
Mon Aug 23 22:25:05 UTC 2010

> Really, in this day and age, a chassis throughput of 100G is pretty
> trivial. When you start getting up to the Tbps range on a system using
> "standard components", then I'll be really interested.

i suspect that a rule of thumb is that leading edge home appliances are
one decimal digit behind leading edge routers and cost two decimal
digits less.  so it's a trade-off.  which is why we get the big bucks.


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