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: http://wiki.siemens-enterprise.com/index.php/Collaboration_with_VoIP_Providers
- User:Davide.poletto (Kimera 12:12, 5 December 2007 (CET))
- 50 MBit is right ... --Horemu 13:16, 5 December 2007 (CET)