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viernes, septiembre 02, 2005

¿Partida de caballo Ingles y llegada de Burro?

En el blog de http://www.lnds.net hay un post bastante interesante sobre la oferta de VTR 10MB en http://www.lnds.net/archives/2005/09/conexion_con_an.html#trackbacks. Tiene razón en citar en cierta forma “capciosa” la propaganda de VTR, esta claro que cuando se refiere a 10 MB es 10Mbps (10 Millones bits por segundo), pero la promoción dice que tiene un límite de descarga de 5GB, pero ¿5G de que? 5Gbytes o 5Gbits he ahí lo capcioso porque si son 5Gbytes, ok no hay problema es el equivalente a 10 cds aprox(igual poco para mi ;-) ). PERO SI ES 5GBITS ENTONCES ESTO ES “PARTIDA DE CABALLO INGLES LLEGADA DE BURRO” porque 5GBITS es equivalente a decir 625Mbytes la capacidad de un cd antiguo (los actuales son de 700Mbytes), osea me bajo una distros de Linux como Knoppix. Se me acaba la partida de caballo ingles de 10M, y terminaría como burro con una conexión de 128 kbps de bajada y 64 kbps de subida.

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