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  1. Posts : 115
    windows 10 home
       #661

    Mine technicolor router Can manage 300/50mbs
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  2. Posts : 115
    windows 10 home
       #662

    Hello my technicolor Modem/Router can manage 300/50 Mbps:)
    I am very sorry double posting
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  3. Posts : 19,214
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #663

    isaccasi said:
    Hello my technicolor Modem/Router can manage 300/50 Mbps:)
    I am very sorry double posting
    You'r supposed to show speed to your IP.
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  4. Posts : 8
    Windows 10 Pro x64/Ubuntu 16.04 LTS x64 (Dual Boot)
       #664

    Our ISP is upgrading their infrastructure it seems.
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  5. Posts : 2,120
    Win 11 x 64 Home. Pro x 64 on Surface.
       #665

    Speed Test Results

    Graph showing your download speed compared to estimated speeds for broadband available in the B75 7ES area: (Read detailed report...)
    203.71 Mb
    Download speed
    12.75Mb upload
    29 ms ping time

    Virginmedia by far the best in the UK, by over 50% from its nearest competitor. I expected it to be slower because in the UK, so many kids online on holidays playing none stop games.
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  6. Posts : 10,525
    Windows 10 Workstation x64
       #666

    After months of waiting my new cable has gone live

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  7. Posts : 123,578
    Windows 11 Pro (x64) 21H2 Build 22000.708
       #667

    z3r010 said:
    After months of waiting my new cable has gone live

    Show Off John ....your d/l speed is like 5 times faster than mine .....I am jealous
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  8. Posts : 109
    Win 10 Pro 64-bit
       #668

    OldMike65 said:
    Show Off John ....your d/l speed is like 5 times faster than mine .....I am jealous
    ... and 30+ times faster that my DL here in Darkest Africa (I'm a couple of hundred km east of Cape Town)
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  9. Posts : 2,120
    Win 11 x 64 Home. Pro x 64 on Surface.
       #669

    Atomcrusher said:
    ... and 30+ times faster that my DL here in Darkest Africa (I'm a couple of hundred km east of Cape Town)

    Here in the UK are 'dark spots' even today. I have a friend in Cornwall where they still have to rely on the phone cables to get data. Its not 'cost effective' to spend millions laying fibre optics to a community spread out across a green county.

    I thought why dont they build ONE giant transmitter and sent out wireless? Here where I live we have a giant digital tv transmitter which has enormous range. It replaced the old analogue tower a few years ago, which also had the massive range. If cornwall has such a transmitter they can piggy back digital wireless.
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  10. Posts : 19,214
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #670

    elbmek said:
    Here in the UK are 'dark spots' even today. I have a friend in Cornwall where they still have to rely on the phone cables to get data. Its not 'cost effective' to spend millions laying fibre optics to a community spread out across a green county.

    I thought why dont they build ONE giant transmitter and sent out wireless? Here where I live we have a giant digital tv transmitter which has enormous range. It replaced the old analogue tower a few years ago, which also had the massive range. If cornwall has such a transmitter they can piggy back digital wireless.
    Around here most internet access is by WiFi (2.4 and 5GHz) from mostly small providers. Cable (internet + TV) in larger urban centers and for people in villages and remote areas over mobile (cellular) network which has 99.9% coverage anyway and it's cheap to just add 3G and 4G internet options to already existing repetitions. Granted, most of WiFi and mobile network internet is not very fast, actually in lower spectrum of service (10 -50Mbps). Wired telephone network wasn't good in rural areas, with line and exchanges too old and mostly inadequate for ADSL to be even considered. In addition, landline infrastructure was poorly maintained because of many wars although telephone service was established very early, barely a year after first New York telephone exchange thanks to American scientist Mihalio Pupin which was born here but who's inventions were instrumental in long distance (over couple of miles) telephone service (Pupin's coil) .
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