Hollywood is Troubled with High Speed PerspectiveAdded: Friday, March 19th, 2010
Category: Bit Torrent Freedom > The Industries Of Records, Gaming, Software, Movies
Tags:ET, p2p, Torrent, Piracy, Peer To Peer, Network, Hackers, Internet, BitTorrent, utorrent, bitcomet, extratorrent, 2010, www.extrattorrent.com
March 9 – Cisco announced its CRS-3 Router, which power to maximize the full potential of the Internet has not yet sunk in. Try to imagine this routing system, able to stream all the films on the Earth from US to India in less than 4 minutes. This news is probably good for users, but not for movie studios like Paramount Pictures or Universal Studios.
I hope you know what a router is – desktop box that is used for establishing connectivity between computers, printers and other devices in a local network. Since bandwidth speed to the point of destination has considerably increased recently, traditional routers cannot keep up and the result is traffic jams, slowing or even freezing downloads. Nowadays process of watching a movie from the Internet usually takes lots of time with the download speed interruptions and slowdowns. Such super router, presented by Cisco, is meant to speed up Internet data traffic. Of course, most of this traffic is applications, music and movies, including such feature films as “The Twilight Saga: New Moon”.
However, routers aren’t the only reason for slowing the process, nor Cisco is alone working on it. Google is worried about the limitations of the wires running to houses as well. Last month, it announced the start of testing ultra-high-speed broadband networks, able to deliver data to subscribers as fast as 1 Gb/sec, which is a hundred times faster than available today. If it’s hard for you to count, imagine downloading “Avatar” movie in like a little more than a minute.
Unsurprisingly, the possibility to download data, including copyrighted, so fast is reason for the MPAA and RIAA to trouble. These two always prefer only turn the clock back, way back, like in the ‘80s, when the MPAA attacked the VCR during congressional hearings, and then, a decade later, strived to block the DVD revolution. The principle is clear – digital content could be copied and shared more easily than VHS.
The MPAA did not comment particularly on the breakthrough of Cisco, but declared to support technological innovation. At the same time both the RIAA and the MPAA keep fighting technologies like P2P by costly court cases instead of figuring out what they can offer younger consumers, preferring to shop online and watch films wherever they want with friends, then fitting into their lifestyle and making a buck.
March 19th, 2010Posted by:
Friday, March 19th, 2010
|posted by (2010-03-19 14:24:18)|
|this was a good read. thnaks|
|good article now for a 1gb/sec internet speed that would be awesome|
|posted by (2010-03-19 17:26:51)|
|Yeah, great read. Thanks for the article.|
|posted by (2010-03-19 18:01:24)|
|Great read sam.|
Just think if we REALLY get all this speed they talk about... Hit and run; there and gone in a couple of minutes.. Badaboom BadaBing wham bam Bing Pow.
Holy Crap Batman one minute..
How is the RIAA and the MPAA gonna get all those bad P2Per then?
I would bet money their RIAA and MPAA pucker factor went way way up when cisco made that anouncement... But in reality this type of equipment would most likely be used by the ISP's..
I can see it now; P2Pers on private email lists with anon email accounts get a notice when and where a share is gonna happen then bam everyone online gets it and is then gone.
|The future is looking good, Thanks sam|
|posted by (2010-03-20 00:02:26)|
|Great read ..I agree menahunie RIAA and MPAA were probably pissed but tried to say we support all innovation..LMAO!..yeah right|
|thats pretty fast, sounds sweet !!|
|Great read sam thanks. My first internet connection (like most of us I guess) was 56K dialup. I download something like photoshop I think it was and it took nearly 24 hours....|
|More Happy,Cheerful,Smiley posts like this Sam MOOD LIFTER|
|wear do i get it|
|HAAAAAAA...My first internet connection was 2600|
|Whoops, that would have been a 2400 bit/s connection|
|posted by (2010-03-22 05:52:04)|
|MMM movies still making more profit then ever. I'm sure this might make the MPAA/RIAA mad because it'll be harder to catch people, but screw those idiots. |
Although I bet we still got a good 10 years before google 1gbs becomes mainstream here in america.
|The future looks good with speeds lightening fast!! @scourn i bet u a million pounds u get it in America before we get it here in the UK lol|
|im in the usa and if im DLing at 1MB-2MB a sec thats as good as i see.......to imagine it going from that to 1 GiG/sec is pretty sick to fathom...... then again it wasnt all that long ago i was using 26.k dialup to get on all my BBS boards for games , files, etc. ... just imagine 20 yrs from now.....||
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