On the Wexford, coast and up to Dublin.
But wouldn't it be concievable to use satellite?
Check out http://www.europeonline.com
Still need a modem though.
From: ilug-admin at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
Sent: 01 March 2000 11:39
To: lbedford at wbtsystems.com; ilug
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Genesis
> > Also, the speeds Genesis are talking about would be available only
> > 300 metres of the exchange, which is ridiculous.
> I'd still be much more interested in the outgoing bandwidth.. it's
> all fine and dandy to give everyone 45Mb, but Esat's line out of Ireland
> was 45Mb last I heard, and that's the biggest ISP in the country...
Didn't someone just land a 60gigabit line on the west coast somewhere?
Should kick the floor out of the bandwidth market.
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