Thought I might just add that 1,000MB is not 1GB
Did you really write that because of 24 MB?
Its not 1GB.
It's 1gbps (gigabits per second), or 1000mbps, (megabits per second) and since this is a measure of data bandwidth and thoroughput it is correct to assume 1000, not 1024.
The binary definition (1024) is used when expressing data storage, e.g. memory, hard disks etc.
Tsk, tsk, why so greedy? In your situation, a 3 Mbs DSL connection would seem like the future arrived early.
My mechanical hdds write at 130meg/sec each and i have 2 of them in raid 0. The problem would be getting someone to download off at 1gbit. Obviously theses connections would be designed as backbones to hotspots like internet cafes which are everywhere in Korea. Like most people say its easily possible to run networks in Korea due to there small country size. Trying to compete with this feet would be utterly stupid is most large countries.
Comparing an internet structure to 1 year of education is stupid as the internet structure will be there for 10-20 years plus. So by future proofing there internet structure the money they will make in the long run should hopefully pay for the cost of laying the network down. It may not pay for all of it but it won't end up costing the same as 1 year of education.
whats 24 MB here or there when your talking GB speed?
So all they need now is the Nic card to support it..
imagine how much more starcraft they could play.
omg i want it in the uk now