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Not all Internet speed

Posted by Kopenx Blog | 6:16 PM

Illustrations: chip TaylorDon 't we wrong speed is important. You need to have an Internet connection is fast enough to do what you need and want to do. But let's insert a sense of perspective. Consider the possibility of connecting to the Internet in the context of other utilities--electric power. In the same way as you will need as many volts from your company, you must have earned a certain number of kilowatts of power your home or business. Speed is similar to that of the Volt and kilowatts are bandwidth (aka capacity). You need and the current mantra, "it must be infinitely fast" is not reasonable.
Algorithms speed demonic, second-'s guessing Google searches, in conjunction with Google's practice of using velocity to rank sites show that for Google faster, it is always better. that FCC uses the word "speed" eight times more often than "bandwidth" to your broadband Plan indicates that Washington politicians agree that speed is of the utmost importance but THE FCC in business monitoring bandwidth not speed.
Speed (i.e., response time) is determined by many factors, in which bandwidth is only one--and wondering what bandwidth increases, its impact on the speed of decline.Networking site application response most influence user server, server response time, TCP performance in Server computers and users and applications. FCC Internet regulation cannot change either of these factors is the response time, so the fact that the term is used interchangeably with FCC speed (as shown below, click on the image closeup) bandwidth indicates Agency do not understand the performance of the Internet.
If bandwidth reduction affects the transaction response time, why consumers buy high bandwidth connections? There are a number of technical reasons why more bandwidth improves performance.
In many applications to open multiple TCP connections simultaneously, so that they can be summed up in the performance of each TCP connection. Most browsers open 4-6 connections on a Web page.Multiple streams of photodegradation range effect product delays traffic TCP. But again there are diminishing returns with Multi threading. Some applications and services does not use TCP. Streaming video, for example, can be delivered without being encumbered by a TCP window. However, the video can be compressed more and more to the largest audience. Subscriber, home often have multiple users, as well as automatic machines connected to the Internet. Higher bandwidth supports multiple users simultaneously aggregates.
But it's always best to make every move online? the answer is no, because the speed comes at a price. The cost can be cash.Such as the content owner, you can pony up neatly sums for your website like Google and as a consumer performance content, you may pay more when lickety split-pre-fetching Google algorithms to download more data than you need for your mobile phone. At some point Google propensity to pre-fetch more that you can see the impact on fixed broadband services volume caps.
Speed also consumes energy.Think consumed kilowatts and environmental costs of coal, oil, gas or plutonium to supply gigabits per second lines, interfaces, wave Division multiplexer, routers, and so on.Meals and its role in speed is not lost on Google, which built a data center near one of the Bonneville Power stations along the Columbia River to take advantage of cheap electricity.
The main innovations begin life as a new "gee-whiz" technologies that should scale with widespread adoption. with maturity Nevertheless, cost and sustainability become factors. Mark our words, people will talk about how to make the Internet more environmentally.Consider one of the greatest innovations--light bulb.Long after becoming ubiquitous in the interest of the conservation of energy around the world to ban the sale of energy hungry, incandescent bulbs. within four years after they have been sold in the United States.
We propose that the faster it is always better "mantra, something more sensible. it's time to move the discussion to include the real application performance requirements, and reasonable to assess trade-offs are necessary to meet those needs.
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