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Comment: Re:Savings? (Score 1) 149

by byornski (#47421197) Attached to: Alcatel-Lucent's XG-FAST Pushes 10,000Mbps Over Copper Phone Lines
BT tried this in the UK. Retrospectively, they found that it would have pretty much cost the same to lay fibre to everyone's door as it would be to maintain their fibre to the cabinet system. 80Mbit/s is what you can get at the maximum. I live about 300m down the road from the nearest phone cabinets I've seen and I get about 60Mb/s

Comment: Re:STILL not accurate and STILL misquoted (Score 1) 182

by byornski (#45546313) Attached to: SSD Manufacturer OCZ Preparing For Bankruptcy
It's nice that you've had more than 4 friends but more interesting is OCZ drives.... I have an OCZ drive that I acquired due to the shop being out of sale of Crucial equally sized 240GB drives. It's had windows 7 on it since a year and a half ago and is working fine now. No errors ever reported. If everyone who has ever had a hard drive die on them is just going to post we could have a marathon of karma

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