J_RaD - 6:23 pm on Feb 10, 2010 (gmt 0) [edited by: J_RaD at 6:32 pm (utc) on Feb 10, 2010]
Most web servers have lower bandwidth allowance than this.
right when you are faster then the webservers your speed doesn't matter.
What kind of service is Google thinking of by offering this type of bandwidth?
probably thinking about their cloud OS and services.
Or maybe Google will soon release a new version of their toolbar
they'll no longer need a toolbar to log your web traffic. Im also wondering if their service would be sort of a walled garden only allowing you to access google as a search engine. Which would be humorous because they so rabbidly defend net neutrality.
up next google cranking up to kick sand at ISPs now.
it also seems they are ramping up for a future "googleweb" where you have an goognet operating under googles rules for speed/content/rules and the rest of the internet that google turns its back on because its not "certified google"
Think of something like AOL back in the 90s except its cut off from the rest of the internet and only serves google certified content and instead of using AOL's dial up client and big front end, you use google ISP, google OS, google chat, google e-mail, google social, google phone, google docs etc etc etc with access to anything not google removed.
sound to far fetched? im sure this is drawn on a whiteboard in mountian view.
[edited by: J_RaD at 6:32 pm (utc) on Feb 10, 2010]