Originally Posted by lovemyram4x4
So w/ what you're saying non of us can watch HD from Netflix because including the audio stream it would be 3,928 Kbps and the best ISP on the graph can't even do 2,800 Kbps. That 3,928Kbps is what it takes to stream not the cap on how fast Netfilx can send it since Netflex uses buffers your transfer speeds can but much less and much higher than the bitrate required for the stream, while streaming HD from Netflix I can see my bitrates go over 10Mbps
I think if you take some time to look at the graph, and look up the relationship between megabits and megabytes it'll all make sense.
If not, then you're right, the people who wrote the article don't know what they're talking about and I don't know an ethernet jack from a phone jack.