There are many obstacles to our relationship. You're 75 years old, but age doesn't matter to me. You live in central Sweden, which is kind of a long haul from New England. I'll commute. Both you and I are already married, which might be an impediment as well. But, Sigbritt, you have the world's fastest broadband connection, 40 Gigabits per second, and boy do I want that.
Sigbritt will now be able to enjoy 1,500 high definition HDTV channels
simultaneously. Or, if there is nothing worth watching there, she will
be able to download a full high definition DVD in just two seconds.
The secret behind Sigbritt's ultra-fast connection is a new modulation
technique which allows data to be transferred directly between two
routers up to 2,000 kilometres apart, with no intermediary transponders.
According to Karlstad Stadsnät the distance is, in theory, unlimited - there is no data loss as long as the fibre is in place.
Oh well. I've got a FiOS connection, and it runs at 15 Mbps. Now all I have to do is update my 386 Packard Bell desktop and get a television, and maybe life will better for me too. But save my number, just in case, Sigbritt.