4 Terabit Internet?! Fiber Company Tour!

05 Th08, 2020
779 840 lượt xem

Snazzy Labs gets an exclusive tour inside a fiber internet company's operations and learns how the internet works.
Learn more about the largest open access network in the country here: www.utopiafiber.com/
Sponsored by UTOPIA Fiber
Purchase an ASUS ROG Rapture 10 gigabit router - amzn.to/2PprijB
Subscribe to my podcast Flashback! - relay.fm/flashback
Follow me on Twitter - twitter.com/snazzyq
Follow me on Instagram - instagram.com/snazzyq
We all use the internet every day but do we really understand how it works? And do we know what's on the horizon? Snazzy Labs takes an exclusive tour of one of the most beloved internet companies in America, UTOPIA Fiber, a non-profit government-owned fiber network that leases its infrastructure out to ISPs. UTOPIA coverage areas have very inexpensive home and business gigabit internet, 10 gigabit internet, and even 100 gigabit internet thanks to the power of fiber technology. We tour a fiber hut, see a home installation, and take a look at the company's network operations room. Don't miss this unique video.

NHẬN XÉT
  • Editor’s note: This video was filmed months ago prior to the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States and Utah. Be snazzy and wear a mask!

    Snazzy LabsSnazzy Labs6 tháng trước
    • Your speedtest is kind of misleading. Your server was also in those data centres the CEO talked about. So, the tested speed was 'inside' the internet exchange, not the real internet speed.

      Shadman RafiShadman Rafi2 ngày trước
    • Is Utopia going to expand outside of Utah ????

      William HaganWilliam Hagan3 ngày trước
    • 13:00 solar winds hack?

      Uniform HealthUniform Health21 ngày trước
    • Data connection now has fiber with 5 glass in and 5 glass out:date connection:1000 people on 8k 360 hz Dolby vision hdr with 10+ bits of color(no lag btw) :me:asks God when will that happen:god: a year in the 3000s,that is if you survive which I won't tell you about

      laure laurelaure laureTháng trước
    • WoW..I Want It,I Need It..I am Stuck at 200mbps down & 5-10Mbps up & I Pay about 75-100$us a month...but it still beats the hal* out of my old isp...1.5-3mbps down & 0.5mbps up & 100$ month ish !

      BIGCHEWBIGCHEW2 tháng trước
  • Lol he had a table, splicing is never that clean especially in most climates

    J TerryJ Terry6 phút trước
  • Literally switched careers for this massive industry.

    Nate VolkNate Volk5 giờ trước
  • 55$ for 1Gbit is pretty good, Here you get around 2Gbit for that price though. 1Ggbit is around 25-30$ ( Bulgaria )

    Ivan MargenovIvan Margenov5 giờ trước
  • *sad max 8mbit download noises*

    Bernhard GratzlBernhard Gratzl6 giờ trước
  • what i would do for fiber...

    TheMeanerBeanTheMeanerBean10 giờ trước
  • i had a heart attack when i saw the speed of 7000mbps

    manu araujomanu araujo12 giờ trước
  • How does one go about changing the law in the us to oust the current telecom monopolies? State and federal government don't really seem to care at all.

    Andy BAndy BNgày trước
  • You dont need that fiber enclosing, you just can use a prism

    Mo BMo BNgày trước
  • Great video and quality. Wish these guys were operating in the UK and more importantly in my area

    GFRoSTYGFRoSTYNgày trước
  • In the Philippines, we pay 50$ a month for 10mbps..😅

    SoftBytes UnlimitedSoftBytes UnlimitedNgày trước
  • 14:30 why you laying like a bitch?😂😂

    F4mulaF4mulaNgày trước
  • no wey ya voy a llorar, yo con mis 10mb y 500kbs de u0pload no gracias bai lloro

    KyaKyaNgày trước
  • Me watching this video on my school wifi 2.5 mbps

    yamim anoyyamim anoyNgày trước
  • Here in germany i would be happy about 10mb Internet

    stormzstormz2 ngày trước
  • Me watching this video at 360p and still buffering. My internet competes with tortoise

    Asad ZubairAsad Zubair2 ngày trước
  • looks like the "4TB internet" he explained is a Cisco DWDM equipment. that is only 40 lambda capability with 1G per lambda.. but actually DWDM equipments now can go up to 800G per lambda and not just 40 lambda systems but also 80 lambda systems. in theory we can put 80*800G on a single dark fiber core. OTN technology is awesome

    Rther CsonRther Cson2 ngày trước
  • EPON, great for gamers and low latency applications

    dronfdronf2 ngày trước
  • As a former nation-wide backbone network engineer, I didnt talk about Gbps, my default metrics is Terabit per second. This brings so much memory back then.

    Việt Lại ĐắcViệt Lại Đắc2 ngày trước
  • Imagine uploading to a server and the reason it's not uploading fast enough is because the drive in the server can't write that fast.

    Sawyer BassSawyer Bass2 ngày trước
  • Very cool info love it

    Eduman1979Eduman19793 ngày trước
  • Bring this to Texarkana, TX and they'll have a new loyal customer.

    Michael HaneyMichael Haney3 ngày trước
  • this is soooo cool

    SshawarmaSshawarma3 ngày trước
  • my job every day...

    Radu TrîncãRadu Trîncã3 ngày trước
  • In Romania this speed 1000MBps/sec it's normal . Cost with this abonament it's only 9.85 euro/month. So, what it's now ? :D :D

    Petre IonescuPetre Ionescu3 ngày trước
  • Odd, I get 100+ MBytes/s from Google Drive daily. On my 1Gbit/1Gbit.

    Jacob NørgaardJacob Nørgaard3 ngày trước
  • UTOPIA Fiber veri cool

    Clau GM CMG AND PC STUF !!!Clau GM CMG AND PC STUF !!!4 ngày trước
  • I only get 3mb/s must be nice

    Clorox BleachClorox Bleach5 ngày trước
  • Come and save me from shit Internet in the UK 😂

    james turnerjames turner5 ngày trước
  • As a German, the only places with actual reliable fiber 1g/10g connections are where the big datacenters are. I've rented a server with a good connection to the DE-CIX and even most Speedtest servers only go up to ~500mbps, though the connection is capable of multiple gigabits. Most customers can only dream of getting 100Mbps from their outdated copper connections. There is no such thing as a competition except for DSL vs Coax cable, both quite flawed technologies So before anyone thinks Germany is a technologically highly developed country, this definitely does not apply to regular customer connections

    MineClashTVMineClashTV5 ngày trước
  • Once the fiber is run, we can always increase the throughput with different electronics; we can re-purpose the old electronics to rural and less expensive clients.

    Byron WatkinsByron Watkins5 ngày trước
  • We need them here in PA. I'm sick of the Comcast monopoly

    junit483junit4836 ngày trước
  • australia: write that down ! write that down !

    Alan XuAlan Xu6 ngày trước
    • Australia has better internet than a lot of countries

      ShineShine4 ngày trước
  • Meanwhile, the biggest ISP in my country can only provide 300Mbps for $125/month for household subscribers. Yes. That's only Megabits per second. lmao.

    HeathenHacksHeathenHacks6 ngày trước
  • Albeit running a seriously heavy duty bit of kit 🍏 Nice tube man ✌🏽🇦🇺

    M. R.M. R.6 ngày trước
  • There for 1 Gbit/s for 55 $ a month, here in Switzerland for 10 Gbit / s between 39 $ up to 77 $ a month (different providers, different costs) :-).

    Andreas BachmannAndreas Bachmann6 ngày trước
  • This dude has 10g internet and I've paid 80$ monthly for 2mbps :)

    Osama Abdul muhsinOsama Abdul muhsin7 ngày trước
  • great content but damn you're hard to watch man.

    Tom ZTom Z7 ngày trước
  • Us: 4tb internet You guys: cries in 1kbps Me: evil laughing

    Steve HarissonSteve Harisson7 ngày trước
    • Angry African grunting intensifies.

      Your cereal guyYour cereal guy5 ngày trước
  • This is a great video. Now, how do I get my provider to do this?

    Big CBig C8 ngày trước
    • Who's your ISP?

      HideikaHideika8 ngày trước
  • My wifi router gives more ping than ur inter country internet 😂

    Ankit • 2020 seconds agoAnkit • 2020 seconds ago8 ngày trước
  • Kerala is also getting full state fibre network

    Alpha PixelAlpha Pixel8 ngày trước
  • Amazing

    Rick94rrRick94rr8 ngày trước
  • That SPEED IS SICK!

    Neil GreeneNeil Greene9 ngày trước
  • Yeah everyone just need a simple gig connection. Writing this on a 150 Mbps

    Abe CrossAbe Cross9 ngày trước
  • Hey Quinn, I work on a small WISP and eventually fiber infrastructure company out of Texas. We are trying to upgrade Texas infrastructure out in areas that the big companies wont service. While we have a lot of competition out here, most of the them are using older tech with no real plans on upgrading their equipment or even customer equipment. That is where we are going to be different, we as a WISP use Ubiquiti equipment and currently use 5AC Gen2 equipment along with Mikrotik network equipment. While we are small and expanding we still want to be able to upgrade not only our propagation equipment on our towers with the new LBU Ubiquiti equipment, but also the customer side equipment along with speed increases with hopefully no higher charge to the customer. Unlike some of our other competitors one of which is shown in your video, Rise Broadband, don't seem to quite give their customer what they are paying for and sometimes not even a fraction of it, from what we have been told from our customers that used to use these other companies. Most of them use old equipment on highly saturated sites and have too many people on a connection that really cant sustain the clients. This video is very interesting and is something we want to invest in and build infrastructure such the residential service you had in the video, although we are for-profit, but not trying to scrape money for all of our customers. We want to provide and sell to a customer exactly what they are paying for and this video is a nice window into the future of what we might become. Thanks for making the video!

    UfphenUfphen9 ngày trước
  • Me:400kb 🙂

    Alex EarlAlex Earl9 ngày trước
    • Me: 1gbps 😎

      HideikaHideika8 ngày trước
  • Out there 4TB inet. inet service indigo at indonesia: you ask something imposibru & we happy lies to you 20Mbps. (indigo is joke. real name is indihome)

    ira hhira hh9 ngày trước
  • Fiber: endless speed ISP: here pay for this expensive 30 mbps fiber Internett

    ReameraReamera9 ngày trước
  • Me:1kbps:(

    gk taulahgk taulah9 ngày trước
  • Scandinavien / Sweden here =)

    Sadik BroboniqiSadik Broboniqi10 ngày trước
  • Need Utopia in Germany.

    shadesofmettshadesofmett10 ngày trước
  • Hm. Wonder if this tech will lead to more game streaming being possible?

    rist98rist9810 ngày trước
  • اسرع من نت العراق

    ALSKOOALSKOO10 ngày trước
  • Your movements, speech and face remind me too much of Doug Demuro

    LamaLama10 ngày trước
  • in turkiye => generally 100 mib :(

    Tahir AbuzetoğluTahir Abuzetoğlu10 ngày trước
  • I wish every state had this system!! thanks!

    Fantasy Engineered.Fantasy Engineered.11 ngày trước
  • Him: 4TBps Me: 4 micro bits ps

    LuKeLuKe11 ngày trước
  • Lucky bastards. Here in Malaysia still overpriced 30mbps.

    Gene CodeGene Code11 ngày trước
  • me with 1mpbs wifi🙄

    TrendDotTrendDot11 ngày trước
  • 14:08 15:50 speedtests Your welcome. 😀

    metalhead BADMOJOmetalhead BADMOJO11 ngày trước
  • 14:06 - *speedtest*

    Gard KopGard Kop11 ngày trước
  • u came for 14:08

    Derek HsiehDerek Hsieh12 ngày trước
  • and here i am in 2021 downloading a 120 mb anime shows me 26 mins 09 seconds to complete

    jaamo statusjaamo status12 ngày trước
  • How we get this internet in other countries

    Murshad GamingMurshad Gaming12 ngày trước
  • Yeah, so you got proper fiber, connected directly to the DC. Thanks a lot. It’s just fiber cable and nothing else to do this.

    Robot Bender RodríguezRobot Bender Rodríguez12 ngày trước
  • Please come to Iraq😭😭😭

    نسيم الرافديننسيم الرافدين13 ngày trước
  • Philippines only run internet in kbs

    Gabrielle LevaGabrielle Leva13 ngày trước
  • It's sooo fast, But u still facing problem to open VIworld Home Page... Nice joke

    sanjeev kumarsanjeev kumar13 ngày trước
  • When we got 10 gpbs in the office, we started to test download on different websites, non of them saturated the capacity. Not even Facebook, Apple, or any Google website Except one website, P*rnhub

    Midguet Arturo Garcia TorresMidguet Arturo Garcia Torres14 ngày trước
  • Me : 4mbps

    khaled kaissikhaled kaissi14 ngày trước
  • I am using 1 MB speed wifi

    md rajumd raju14 ngày trước
  • please someone in the comment to do exception without Arabic subtitle so I can take the video on the publish it in Facebook group with ISP service provider and Iraq

    Mr AliMr Ali14 ngày trước
  • What network activity widget is that?

    Utkarsh SinghUtkarsh Singh14 ngày trước
  • did he say "just 200$ a month" i mean i understand it's 10 gigabit but it's still a lot of money for regular people

    Ellis MatthewsEllis Matthews15 ngày trước
  • Missed opportunity: Uthopia

    Pranav DeshmukhPranav Deshmukh15 ngày trước
  • cant they make a bitorrent youtube version

    Nicolae Florin PașcaNicolae Florin Pașca15 ngày trước
  • Torrent heaven

    Nicolae Florin PașcaNicolae Florin Pașca15 ngày trước
  • you should change location next to youtube servers and ask them for a direct fiber to their server lol

    Nicolae Florin PașcaNicolae Florin Pașca15 ngày trước
  • how much 4 4TB

    Nicolae Florin PașcaNicolae Florin Pașca15 ngày trước
  • I wish this exist in Canada...

    J TJ T15 ngày trước
  • Wholesale FTTP companies are the way forward and it's starting to happen at scale in the UK now too.

    cobberbrimocobberbrimo16 ngày trước
  • 55$ a month.... wow...!

    Shreyan IslamShreyan Islam16 ngày trước
  • Everyone is talking about how slow their internets are, just buy an 1gb one. It's only 300$ a month!

    ReskiReski16 ngày trước
  • i watch the video with 480p haha in algeria 8mpbs with speed download 900kbps and 100kbps upload shit country

    Hamza ChittiHamza Chitti16 ngày trước
  • lol even 1gbit internet in australia is $700AUD/mth

    XenoXeno17 ngày trước
  • i watched the whole thing didn't understand anything but it's really cool 😃👌🏼

    joe Bjoe B18 ngày trước
  • meanwhile indihome

    ananta wijayaananta wijaya18 ngày trước
  • 0 ms latency Gamers: 😰

    b bb b18 ngày trước
  • Comcast needs to step it ip

    bryant martinezbryant martinez19 ngày trước
  • Are you looking for a fast, reliable internet connection, all at a fair price? DUCK YOU

    TechTheGuyTechTheGuy23 ngày trước
  • The foamy foundation regretfully launch because xylophone antenatally ski aside a warlike jewel. gullible gusty, bizarre taxi

    Ahror YusupovAhror Yusupov24 ngày trước
  • im fcking happy w my new 18/8 internet speed :D

    Зоран HЗоран H25 ngày trước
  • download gta 5 0,0005 seconds later " *DONE* "

    M Nabil RabbaniM Nabil Rabbani25 ngày trước
  • this is the coolest thing I ever watch. would love to get into this field but wow.... so awesome!

    Tyler HambrickTyler Hambrick25 ngày trước
  • I haven't seen any other videos even close resembling this one. Modern, High quality and super cool. This should be the standard throughout the country. Great work!

    Chevy ChaseChevy Chase27 ngày trước
  • Australia will NEVER see speeds even remotely close to this, unless some billionare comes along with some absolute need to help the masses.

    Benji JamesBenji JamesTháng trước
  • Indonesia left the group wkwkw

    EmpaEmpaTháng trước
  • can they come my house where I have 1.5mbps lolol

    Blake JonesBlake JonesTháng trước
  • I was fine until the 7000 MB Speedtest , now I’m drooling

    Alex DentonAlex DentonTháng trước
VIworld