* For definitions of “changed” and “Internet”
Today Cisco announced their new CRS-3 that replaces the CRS-1. The CRS-3 has some damn impressive numbers for sure with 322Tbps, or about 1 LOC/sec (that’s a Library of Congress per second). In three to five years, it might enable some technologies that we can’t use today, but I think “chang[ing] the Internet” is a bit of a stretch. I’m sure it’s ultra-cheap, too.