Communication Submarine Cable hit by Quake

Discussion in 'DSL & Info Tech News' started by duhwho, Dec 28, 2006.


  1. Unwired

    Unwired Member




    PLDT - Smart medyu ok na cla, rerouting cla the other day, Globelines, Bayantel medyu cla pa rin...:(
     
  2. Symantec

    Symantec Member




    @unwired
    ok na bayantel,i dont know about Globe

    bayantel ka ba? Area mo?
     
  3. Unwired

    Unwired Member




    Sa kilala ko, medyu poor pa ang service...
    Globelines medyu ok na ang connection ok na ang speed but there are times na umaabot ng minutes ang time-out....
     
  4. duhwho

    duhwho staff Staff Member




    bwesit bagal sa skydsl ... buti na lang may smartbro ako...hehehehe

    teleglobe nilal... ayan over capacity na hehehehe

    Hutchison over capacity na.. pag link sa REACH wala saturated na... hehehehe NTT Japan kala ko STM1 sila dito... tapos saturated din hehehhee

    yung telia/tiscali nila medyo ok...hehehehe

    kung saan sila nag sabi 90% oks na sila.. saka naman nag slow hehehehe

    :)

    kakakatwa nung nag karoon nang problema.. kala nang mother ko may virus pc ko yung dalawa.. kasi pareho silang nawalan.. eh smartbro yung isa at yung isa skydsl.. taka sya bakit nagkaganun hehehehe yung pala dahil sa eathquake

    hehehehehe
     



  5. The bandwidth available using a single fiber optic cable and a laser beam is much much greater (by several orders of magnitude) than you can get from a single satellite radio channel. This is due to the higher frequency and shorter wavelength of light compared to microwaves.The higher the frequency, the greater the bandwidth.
    An undersea cable is a bundle many fiber optic cables. Consider each fiber cable as a"ChinaBuye". You can have more channels, each with a higher capacity, than you can build radio channels into a satellite.
     
  6. josekym

    josekym Member




    What's a "ChinaBuye"?
     
  7. genexide

    genexide Member

  8. josekym

    josekym Member




    ^^Ah... an analogy, I see...

    Thanks!
     
                                 

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