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how can i get 1GB network speeds?

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Go to solution Solved by Lurick,

8 bits = 1 byte

bits = b

bytes = B

 

Network speed in 99% of cases is in bits per second.

Do you just want local transfers of 1Gbps or do you want internet speeds of 1Gbps?

Get a 8gbps network plan?

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8 bits = 1 byte

bits = b

bytes = B

 

Network speed in 99% of cases is in bits per second.

Do you just want local transfers of 1Gbps or do you want internet speeds of 1Gbps?

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1 minute ago, Spock_1701 said:

internet speeds of 1Gbps

If you're in London then you'll have to find someone who will lay the fiber and provide you the connectivity. I would imagine you're probably looking at like a $50K+ cost to get connectivity plus some absurd monthly cost if there isn't infrastructure in place already in your home/building/etc.

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Just now, Spock_1701 said:

what about in america?

If you don't have a provider available, you're looking at about $20K+ just for the fiber run, depending on how far they have to run it.

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5 minutes ago, Spock_1701 said:

whats the difference?

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1GBps = 8Gbps

 

If it's 1Gbps, then what you need to do depends on where you live and what's available. 

 

If you live in an area that already has 1Gbps residential internet connections available, then you just buy one of those plans from an ISP.

 

If you do not have that available, then you'll have to contact ISPs to get a quote to have a line ran to your property.

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Depending on the geography of where you are, you may be able to purchase a 1Gbps plan where it's available, then install a wireless point to point solution to get the connection over to your property. 

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If you have fiber in your house already, look around for a provailer that gives you the speed.

for local networks, you can get it by just using gigabit switches at every end

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