On Mon, 3 Apr 2000 17:19:47 +0100
Owen Kelly <owen at owenkelly.com> wrote:
| For anyone who was flaming me about existing phone lines not being able to handle anything more
| than 56k, heres a product from Zoom that claims 1MBit over house phones, while still being able
| to use the phone as normal.
<rolls eyes> That's within the house, which probably means what, 100ft? Using
Phone cables for LAN stuff isn't new, just ask some old Mac owners, and
"up to 1Mbit" (which presumably implies 'with a following wind and a lot of
luck') is not 45Mbits by any stretch of the imagination. Looking at the site,
I'm seeing an awful lot of hand-waving and chalk/cheese comparison...
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