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the guy who was running things before we had a dedicated IT department got us locked into a ridiculous fiber contract, was originally 5x5, but I was about to upgrade it to 10 mb/s x 10 mb/s. Yea we had dedicated fiber to the premises for 5 mb/s/5 mb/s literally makes 0 sense and is a perfect example of why you don't let non IT guys make IT decisions.
unfortunately that's not the worst of what I'd inherited...
That's pretty nice @ - what do they charge you for that up in your neck of the woods?
Not bad, except for the bandwidth caps. That's something I'll go out of my way to avoid, whether on mobile or at home. I don't have room in my brain to keep track of how much bandwidth I'm using. Although I hear in Canada those are pretty standard, unfortunately.
I have a 10/100 pipe with 500GB of included bandwidth and I pay $90.00CDN a month. Work is home.
In our North America and Europe offices we have 40-100 Mbit /s.
However in our remote locations such as Middle East and Africa we have between 2-10Mbit/s with around 140ms roundtrip to US and Europe. Those remote links will accomodate in worst case 100-200 people on a 10 Mbit line for thousands of dollars. We try to do strict bandwidth management and WAN acceleration.
Some remote sites use optical links and microwave links, the latter adds further to latency.
Hope that helps.
Hi these are power plants
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