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HDTV storage needs

On Fri, 3 Oct 2008, Derek Atkins wrote:

> Dan Ritter <dsr-mzpnVDyJpH4k7aNtvndDlA at> writes:
>> Yes, but I must confess to lameness: I have not yet run an
>> ethernet cable down from the machine room to the den. And
>> there's really no room for another backend in the den.
> 802.11n
> No wires necessary.
> ;-)

I'm not sure if anyone else has tried using these things, but there are 
products that advertise 200Mb/s networking over a house's power lines.

Years ago a friend used the older version of this type of product to get 
about 10Mb/s, and never reported any issues.  He was more concerned about 
latency rather than throughput though.


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