XBOX 720: possible digital download mass service.
rps at maine.edu
Fri Jan 27 10:08:37 CST 2012
Well, those are the numbers we can see from a single transceiver (right now
mostly 10G and some 40G right now, and 100G on its way); but most of the
big players are using multiples of these with DWDM and link aggregation.
I'd say the actual numbers are closer to 680G average right now, per path.
On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 10:49 AM, Justin M. Streiner <
streiner at cluebyfour.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 27 Jan 2012, Anurag Bhatia wrote:
> Just curious to know at what bandwidth big ISP's like AT&T, Verizon,
>> Level3, Cogent etc are operating? Are all at or above 40Gbps core
> Probably a mix of 10G, 40G and 100G as appropriate. By 2014, that might
> tilt more heavily toward 40G and 100G. From what I've seen, most peering
> connections at public IXPs are one or more 10G links. Private peering
> connections could certainly be higher, if the providers at both ends feel
> it makes good business sense.
> On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 4:26 PM, Randy Bush <randy at psg.com> wrote:
>> Can internet in USA support that? Call of Duty 15 releases may 2014
>>>> and 30 million gamers start downloading a 20 GB files. Would the
>>>> internet collapse like a house of cards?.
>>> not a problem. the vast majority of the states is like a developing
>>> country , the last mile is pretty much a tin can and a string. so
>>> this will effectively throttle the load.
>>>  - no insult to the dev cons intended
>> Anurag Bhatia
>> or simply - http://[2001:470:26:78f::5] if you are on IPv6 connected
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