>4600Mbp's _WIRELESS_ routers already available for consumers, practically half 10G without a wire
>10G _WIRED_ ethernet cards are still not under $400
>10G switches are even more expensive
>no sign of integrated 10G NICs under $500 motherboards
Something went awfully wrong in the networking industry in the last decade.
Why do neckbeards hate wireless so much? Because it's not useful for internet backbones? Because your fifteen year old WRT54G running open sores firmware shits itself all the time and you erroneously assumed that it's as good as it gets?
Yet another example of people who claim to love technology yet consistently misapply it in every aspect of their lives.
What the fuck does that even mean? If you're running a database server with actual performance and uptime requirements it should be in a data center you dirty neckbeard. If it's something for personal use there is no reason it shouldn't be perfectly usable over a wireless network unless it's badly designed or your network is fucked up because you're still using that WRT54G.
In other words, your misuse of technology is everyone else's problem
>hey guys guess what touch screens are really hard to program on therefore touch screens are a jew scam!
This is you
What are you talking about? I can't let my people try to pull files over the network and let them wait 10 minutes for it finish, that's terrible business and would just make ME look bad.
10G is needed, and even that can get bottlenecked if 3-4 are pulling at the same time, 1100MB/s isn't a whole lot of bandwidth for multiple users.
>I have a requirement that wireless doesn't fulfill therefore who needs this newfangled technology? stupid kids and their flash-in-the-pan trends, this will go away any day now so we can get back to our 2400 baud modems and floppy drives like in the good old days grrrrrrr
Nobody is going to take your wires away, luddite
It's pretty clear wireless is inferior to wired in any metric, so there's really no need for a inferior technology to exist and spend money researching it, is there?
Think for a bit.