It's like 100/kb's
100 mbps, is very fast internet. Its about 4 min.
Cable modems runs faster than DSL. Cable internet supports approximately 30 Mbps of bandwidth, whereas most forms of DSL cannot reach 10 Mbps.
i normally get speeds varying from 12-19 mbps download.
10 - 7 = 3 3 mbps faster.
10-Mbps Ethernet, 100-Mbps or Fast Ethernet, and 1000-Mbps or Gigabit Ethernet.
no, the fastest internet is not dsl its cable internet beside that, it the government internet that the real fastest the fastest you going to get with dsl is 5 mbps a cable or fiber cable you will get 10 or up to 50 mbps of speed depending on the server.
Fastest internet in the world ever recorded was around 400gbps (Gigabytes Per Second) slow is around 6 Mbps (megabits per second) average would be around 30 mbps. Satellite internet would get you about 10 Mbps, so depending on what you use the internet for and if you download large files (700 mb+) satellite would be average... I recommend a Mi-Fi card....extremely portable, super fast, rapid downloads and uploads.... I use a Verizon 4G jetpack... I take it on trips and it works great.... I never have signal problems no matter where I am!
A person is limited as to how fast their Internet can go when it is connected wirelessly. A person should connect to their modem with an ethernet cable whenever possible.
An internet speed of 100 is fast if it refers to megabits or gigabits per second. If it is a 100 kilobit per second connection, it is very slow and only twice as fast as dial-up.
Depends on how fast your internet is, mine took 15 minutes on 100 mbps, so about 30 minutes on 50 mbps.
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I think its between 5.mbps and 6. Its good enough for Xbox live with no lag.