Recently I switched over from NextGenTel to Get as broadband supplier, and upped my subscription plan to 18mbps/4mbps (double upload). However, even though this was over double the bandwidth NextGenTel could offer, Get have yet been unable to deliver according to what’s promised/sold.
Below is a chart, updated several times a day, showing what the current line speed amounts to.
Well, for now it does not look vey good (18mbit equals 2250KBps) – I get under half of advertised download speed. Their tech support team is currently working on it, so hopefully they will be able to resolve the issue soon….
To test this, the following unix command is being used:
Hmm. After having added a new iPod Shuffle (with touch-screen), a 15″ Macbook Pro (w/SSD) and an iPhone 4G 32GB to my personal inventory, I think it’s about time to admit that I might have a thing for this company called Apple.
The rumors have been all over the news the last few days – will Apple launch a new Apple TV device, and re-ignite the fire it claimed to have four years ago, back in 2006, with the initial launch of Apple TV/iTV?
I’m really looking forward to JavaZone 2010 (8th-9th Sept in Oslo). They have a very competent group of marketing people working for them, who now have pushed the following Lady Gaga music video parody (called Lady Java), featuring the Norwegian actor Jenny Skavlan.