Talk:HiPath OpenOffice ME (de)

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Looking at this section on the HiPath OpenOffice ME (de) page, I read the Max. 1 Internet Service Provider (ISP) (bis 50 Gbit/s) statement; what exactly it means ?
I understood that 50 Giga bit per second should refers to the OpenOffice ME's bandwidth capability to handle (one) Internet Service Provider connection but it sounds a little bit strange value, isn't it ?
Eventually should be fixed (or pointed out) on the PDF documentation too.

user:Davide.poletto Kimera 22:16, 13 November 2007 (CET)

OK, ... 50 Gbit/s ⇒ 6,25 GB/s - this is impossible. The fastest transfer rate of hard drives is about 0,15 GB/s. I try to check the right value and answer here. --Horemu 11:46, 5 December 2007 (CET)

Well done Horst, that value is stated on some HiPath OpenOffice ME manuals too.
Apart from HDD Bandwidth limits...there are also Ethernet (copper) interfaces limits...10Ge (10 Gigabit per second) is, today, a very high value too...50 Gigabit per second is, today IMHO, an typographic error.
Among other things, you can see it reading (english verions of):
* A31003-P1010-M100-3-76A9 HiPath OpenOffice ME Administrator Documentation released 11/2007, on sheet 42
* A31003-P1010-F100-3-7618 HiPath OpenOffice ME Feature Description released 11/2007, on sheet 22

The text is:
Internet connection
* Max. 1 Internet Service Provider (ISP) (up to 50 Gbit/sec.)
* Four Internet Telephony Service Providers (ITSP)
** Note: A list of the currently released ITSPs can be found under the following link:
User:Davide.poletto (Kimera 12:12, 5 December 2007 (CET))

50 MBit is right ... --Horemu 13:16, 5 December 2007 (CET)