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Can your Dual core Handle Nationwide T1 to T3 WiFi?

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January 6, 2007 1:28:46 AM

ItsYourNet has aligned itself with a Wireless Fidelity Internet Service Corporation.

After more than three years of coding and field testing, this Corporation has developed a Wireless Internet technology so dynamic that we believe it is destined to become the sole surviving Internet Service Provider (ISP) worldwide.

Here's why...

With opening as a publicly traded company, the ability to broadcast the Internet connection signal via (Cellular) repeater towers from one central NOC (Network Operations Center), broadcast to distances of 30-miles without degradation of the signal, transmit through buildings, forests, and up to 20 feet underground, maintain a T-1 connection both UP and DOWN
without degradation from the amount of simultaneous users connecting, and having managed to secure the signal with 128-bit SSL encryption where no firewall hardware is required, we believe this WiFi Corp. will quickly become one of the fastest growing Corporations in the history of the Internet, and quite literally, will be able to make the statement;

"There are two types of people in the world...
Those who are connected to the Internet through our network...
And those who have still yet to connect to the Internet for the very first time"

This is a qoute from the Inventor....

"We only just call it WiFi because the technology is based on Wireless Fidelity, which is a general term used for anything that sends data over a wireless signal or frequency; however, what I have developed is neither WiFi or WiMax as the world knows it or understands it, what I have developed is a completely new technology that doesn't use any of the same signals or frequencies that WiFi and WiMax are based on, so I suppose it is best described as simply as "High Speed Wireless Internet. Other than that, it really doesn't have any other name, or at least we have not given it another name at this time."

For more information go to http://www.zipstar.2freedom.com

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January 6, 2007 2:19:12 AM

Uh, are you trying to sell something here?
January 6, 2007 3:04:02 AM

I am relaying information, for you and your friends to take a look at, and decide weather they think this new technology with VoIP will enhance thier lives. I feel it is something that would better thier lives. I make no money on this at this time. But when it goes live, who knows...

If you feel I have offended you or the Company you represent by this post, before you have gone to this url. http://zipstar.2freedom.com I am sorry for the inconvienence.

For those of you that still have an interest. Go to http://www.zipstar.2freedom.com decide for your self.

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January 6, 2007 3:13:31 AM

It only takes about half the normal Powersupply Voltage to reach the CPU's rated wattage, that is why when you by a 400 watt powersupply, the CPU will normally use 200watts, especially if it is a dual core...

William
January 6, 2007 4:14:56 AM

I don't get it.
January 6, 2007 4:17:32 AM

I strongly recommend you ead the TOS before posting. This is a promotion, you are in violation.
January 6, 2007 4:41:29 AM

Is the core center made of caramel, tootsie roll, or bubble-gum ?
I won't mind a quad core of toasted nuts!
January 6, 2007 5:03:19 AM

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To be ready for when connectivity reaches your area, Join our 2-Tier Free Affiliate Program now, and start building your list of subscribers TODAY!


This is a Pyramid scheme...

Now go away...
January 6, 2007 5:07:54 AM

:?
January 6, 2007 5:11:37 AM

just checked it out and it is mostly b.s.

you cant get that kind of connection, not guaranteed and all the time.
no way no how.

not yet anyways.
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January 6, 2007 5:48:25 AM

damn spammers
January 6, 2007 6:20:58 AM

:? , spam, wrong section.
January 6, 2007 6:24:27 AM

Quote:
"There are two types of people in the world...
Those who are connected to the Internet through our network...
And those who have still yet to connect to the Internet for the very first time"


lmao, brilliant thought... :o  :roll:
January 6, 2007 6:32:35 AM

oh and a cpu has little to nothing to do with internet connection.
January 6, 2007 11:23:16 AM

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ItsYourNet has aligned itself with a Wireless Fidelity Internet Service Corporation.

After more than three years of coding and field testing, this Corporation has developed a Wireless Internet technology so dynamic that we believe it is destined to become the sole surviving Internet Service Provider (ISP) worldwide.

Here's why...

With opening as a publicly traded company, the ability to broadcast the Internet connection signal via (Cellular) repeater towers from one central NOC (Network Operations Center), broadcast to distances of 30-miles without degradation of the signal, transmit through buildings, forests, and up to 20 feet underground, maintain a T-1 connection both UP and DOWN
without degradation from the amount of simultaneous users connecting, and having managed to secure the signal with 128-bit SSL encryption where no firewall hardware is required, we believe this WiFi Corp. will quickly become one of the fastest growing Corporations in the history of the Internet, and quite literally, will be able to make the statement;

"There are two types of people in the world...
Those who are connected to the Internet through our network...
And those who have still yet to connect to the Internet for the very first time"

This is a qoute from the Inventor....

"We only just call it WiFi because the technology is based on Wireless Fidelity, which is a general term used for anything that sends data over a wireless signal or frequency; however, what I have developed is neither WiFi or WiMax as the world knows it or understands it, what I have developed is a completely new technology that doesn't use any of the same signals or frequencies that WiFi and WiMax are based on, so I suppose it is best described as simply as "High Speed Wireless Internet. Other than that, it really doesn't have any other name, or at least we have not given it another name at this time."

For more information go to http://www.zipstar.2freedom.com


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forum_spam

What does this have to do with CPUs. I know your subject asks if my dual core can handle it, but I could also make a post like this:

"Can your Dual-Core Handle a 3 Terabyte Library of Bestiality Porn?"

That would be just as CPU related as this post is.
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