art with code

2009-09-22

Mobile internet speed beats ADSL

Upstream-wise, that is. The Nokia CS-15 HSUPA wireless Internet USB stick has a maximum 10.2 Mbps downstream bandwidth and a 5.76 Mbps upstream bandwidth. You need fiber to beat that upstream, at least here in Finland.

And a Huawei stick doubles the downstream to 21 Mbps. If the latency is low enough and the network infra can take the load, that'd totally kill ADSL.
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