Each years our computers are getting faster, games more demanding, which fuels better computers.
We develop more memory in lesser spaces.
We develop processors that calculate more than super-computers 20 years back.
We had 56k modems, 1M, 2M, 5M networking, just recently there is possibility to get 1.5G at your doorstep, with record of 70G+
Everything moves on-ward, but what about latency? The speed at which TCP/UDP package can be delivered?
Is that improved since "back then"? I can't see anything on the internet, so I'm wondering, since you guys have been here longer than I am.
If not or so, are there any hopes or idea of improvement?
"We know" how to improve processors.
"We know" how to improve memory.
"We know" how to increase networking bandwidth.
Do we know how to decrease latency? Do we care about enough it?
Edited by Aeonix