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Optical Fiber According Network

Posted by Geneva | Posted in News | Posted on 14-05-2018

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Since ISOC ensures that it costs more to connect to the Internet in Catalonia than in North Africa. They point that optical fiber is an investment in the long term, only manageable by the State because it involves risks for private enterprises. The expert says that this form of connection will change us life. The Spanish representative of the Internet Society (ISOC), Andreu Vea, Member of the organization which, like which calls on the Chinese Government to remove filters from access to the network to maintain the overall spirit of the internet, is that Spain progress in the installation of fiber optic. Harder to connect to the internet in Northern Catalonia that in North Africa, where there is an Internet cafe on every corner, has criticized see in an interview, which has lamented that Spain takes 15 years behind when it comes to fibrear, something attributed to the decisions of Governments. According to this expert, what could have been a superfluous expense if it had established the obligation to install a fiber cable on each sidewalk that is lifted, to be converted into an investment that can only assume the State as it involves many risks for private enterprises: is a long-term investment. Thus, Spain is located far away from the situation in other countries such as South Korea, where in late 2012 throughout the territory will have a giga Internet access rate per second. See has dndido the virtues of this connection system, with facilities that will last for decades and which will serve as a boost to new applications, in the same way that occurred when the jump gave the ADSL connection, and people wondered that you for what we wanted as much speed.

Smart textiles or systems of semantic enrichment of reality, as glasses that can see something like this as a browser to reach a destination or who offered comments on the Facebook contacts about a restaurant, are some of the applications whose development the proliferation of fiber optics could provide impetus. All of this is going to change the life very quickly, predicts this expert on what is already known as the Internet of things, a connection to the network of everyday objects that will be more common with the advent of the numbering of the IPv6 network protocol. The ISOC is precisely one of the organizations that is trying to transition to the new numbering elapse without incident, a task that began seven years ago and according to see increasingly becomes more difficult because it’s like trying to change an engine on a plane in flight. However, with the award of the last batches of the IPv4 numbers, some internet providers will have to take drastic and rapid changes, but end users will not notice any difference. These changes represent a new step forward in the recent history of the internet, you see are trying to compile through the WiWiW.org project, a who is who on your network that will include interviews with people who made possible the start of the network. We have a unique opportunity, for the first time we can write history when their players are still alive, says see who shall order the testimonials you will be getting with a strictly chronological approach, an effort for which already boasts more than 40 volunteers around the world to that for once, the story not the victors write it in their own way. Source of the news: Spain takes 15 years of delay in the implementation of optical fiber, according to one expert

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