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FedEx Has More Bandwidth Than the Internet

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RCuber

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Cisco estimates that total internet traffic currently averages 167 terabits per second. FedEx has a fleet of 654 aircraft with a lift capacity of 26.5 million pounds daily. A solid-state laptop drive weighs about 78 grams and can hold up to a terabyte. That means FedEx is capable of transferring 150 exabytes of data per day, or 14 petabits per second—almost a hundred times the current throughput of the internet.

But when will the internet catch up? Well, Cisco claims internet traffic is growing at about 29 percent annually, which means it should catch up with the FedEx system by 2040.

well I believe buying a disc is faster than downloading the same game :D

How FedEx Has More Bandwidth Than the Internet and When That'll Change
 

tkin

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Also how do you play online game on this? I mean do you put the co ordinates to where you shoot the bullet on the hdd itself, it gets transferred to the other guy who then sees if it has hit, just like battelship :D :D
 

a_k_s_h_a_y

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^^ they calculate this at the bottom most layer, so all bits transferred are included, p2p also.
cisco makes routers and sh1t..

hey read about difference between http and Internet and WWW.
 

tkin

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and some people dont have any real work... heh.. calculating FedEx's bandwidth..
See the research work growing on in some famous colleges in USA, some of them are so ridiculous you'll laugh like the dog in hanna barbara cartoon(forgot name).
 

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I read a similiar example in Pearson's Networking book. Where the example was set by use Of Blue-Ray Discs. :)

As per this Idea , Fedex should come into Networking Buisness. :p

Also how do you play online game on this? I mean do you put the co ordinates to where you shoot the bullet on the hdd itself, it gets transferred to the other guy who then sees if it has hit, just like battelship :D :D

Put a Virus in the HDD , when he'll use it he'll be Own3d!!!! :p
 

tkin

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I read a similiar example in Pearson's Networking book. Where the example was set by use Of Blue-Ray Discs. :)

As per this Idea , Fedex should come into Networking Buisness. :p



Put a Virus in the HDD , when he'll use it he'll be Own3d!!!! :p
Its just that easy :D
 

anirbandd

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See the research work growing on in some famous colleges in USA, some of them are so ridiculous you'll laugh like the dog in hanna barbara cartoon(forgot name).

say what?

some guy from an IIT researched and published a paper on the dynamics of a monkey jumping from one tree to another. Guy got zipped away to MIT/Harvard [forgot] with full scholarship.
 

tkin

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say what?

some guy from an IIT researched and published a paper on the dynamics of a monkey jumping from one tree to another. Guy got zipped away to MIT/Harvard [forgot] with full scholarship.
LMAO :lol:

And here we have a bengali physicist who working is some not so famous college winning the massive Theoretical Physics prize(what was the name?) for his contributions to string theory, these are real work, but they never get the limelight :evil:
 
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RCuber

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if you really want to troll someone .. send them money order for ₹1 :D. one of my relative played this prank on my mom years ago on April 1st :p
 

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LMAO :lol:

And here we have a bengali physicist who working is some not so famous college winning the massive Theoretical Physics prize(what was the name?) for his contributions to string theory, these are real work, but they never get the limelight :evil:

who is this? the boson was named after Satyendra Nath Bose... is this him?

at the story, it does not factor the cost of manufacturing the number of drives necessary to transport the data
 

tkin

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who is this? the boson was named after Satyendra Nath Bose... is this him?

at the story, it does not factor the cost of manufacturing the number of drives necessary to transport the data
Allahabad physicist wins academics’ biggest prize - Indian Express
He didn't win Noble as his work is theoretical, but he won the most rewarding prize in science(afaik).
Ashoke Sen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


And people go gaga over IITians and how much salary they can bag from companies, never do we ask them what contribution have they made towards advancement of science?
 
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