Future Of Internet Is Bright And Lightning Fast!
These days internet is the most important medium of communication and information. A number of renowned broadband and mobile service providers are already providing more than good internet services but still there is scope for even faster and better internet.
According to CNN, a new technology called G Fast is almost 50 times faster than the current broadband speeds. Sckipio an Israeli chipmaker announced that it will provide G Fast internet with both uploading and downloading speeds of 750 megabits per second and will double that speed for both upload and download in the next few years. With the users requiring super fast speed for uploading 4K videos, using virtual reality or playing online games it is a real necessity to supply faster uploading speed.
AT&T has been looking to deploy G Fast in their DirecTV satellite TV service to relieve their customers of their current expensive ways of getting internet. It doesn't look to be very difficult or costly to connect the coaxial cables with AT&T's fiberoptic cable service as it is already having a huge amount of cable infrastructure with DirecTV. With the installation of G Fast in Apartments it will be possible to provide high speed internet at a much cost effective price without digging up yards or setting up boxes.
According to Engadget there have been many innovations in this front like the high altitude globes, unmanned solar powered drones and next generation wireless routers in order to provide easy and cheap internet all over the globe.
Facebook is looking to use giant soaring drone named Aquilla beaming out internet all over the globe. Google has come up with something similar but on the back of balloons known as Project Loon covering wide areas in rural parts of Africa and southeast Asia.
MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) is in the process of announcing its MegaMIMO 2.0 which is 330 percent faster and providing twice the bandwidth of the current technology eradicating congestion on the internet.
A French startup has also come up with an unconventional source of internet by the means of LED that is claimed to be 100 times faster than the Wi-Fi and can be a good source in places like hospitals and schools.
The technology giant Samsung has a big idea of satellite-borne internet service with a global network of 4600 satellites swarming in low earth orbit beaming 1 zettabyte a month.
Last but not the least, NASA also plans to provide internet into deep space for usage at the International Space Stations looking to further relay it into the deep space.