Any thoughts on this? although it seems like a good idea I have no idea who it's for. Thought it might be found interesting which is why I share it here, enjoy. Here's a quick summary of the idea:
Using multiple semis to shuttle data around might seem like overkill. But for such massive amounts of data, hitting the open road is still the most efficient way to go. Even with a one gigabit per-second connection such as Google Fiber, uploading 100 petabytes over the internet would take more than 28 years. At an average speed of 65 mph, on the other hand, you could drive a Snowmobile from San Francisco to New York City in about 45 hours—about 4,970 gigabits per second. That doesn’t count the time it takes to actually transfer the data onto Snowmobile–which Amazon estimates will take less than 10 days–or from the Snowmobile onto Amazon’s servers. But all told, that still makes the truck much, much faster. And because Amazon has data centers throughout the country, your data probably won’t need to travel cross-country anyway.
Amazon’s New Truck Can Haul Five Copies of the Internet—With Room to Spare
Amazon is now moving data by the truckload. That might sound old-fashioned, but it's actually faster than the speediest internet connection.