Friday, May 23, 2008

Tej Kohli : Internet Future in US

Tej Kohli wants to keep himself update while technology is concern. According to him “although it can be true in the records that now be internet be life line in urban areas of US but while we are taking internet speed and resources in his concerns there are yet differences in various region in US and there is no possibility the situation will be better in future.” ……………….Tej kohli
A big community of internet surfing in US now facing the same problem that some have high speed networks and some having low speed networks. What problem is not only low speed networks but high speed networks also facing that low speed connection causes low down high speed networks and then became unable to provide their services in time . In US many person are in same opinion there is no difference between broadband and dial up connection. Now they run on same speed , means broadband very slower then expectation. What be difference between Dial ups and broadband connection and how broadband differ from dial-up. Broadband provide more facility which is not possible in dial-ups connection such as music download, video and sharing files through internet, that not possible with Dial-ups connections. The upcoming feature that every person expect from internet are that video conferencing as well as interactive games and download movies with in second. Now the US government plan to convert whole home based cable internet lines to fiber-optic which are backbones all the way to home. Existing FTTH or Fiber-optic connections are 10 times faster than vanilla broadband which runs over phone or cable lines . US taken under consideration for FTTH but Varizon Communication had already connected 17 state with this services. This is biggest company in US which replaced its old copper wire communication line to high speed Fiber optics. Near about 1.8 million people and 2.9 million homes are using high speed broad band connections FiOS services.
Some Small phone companies , cooperatives and municipalities, like Chattanooga, now providing FTTH in some parts of US. Some major companies like AT&T Inc and Qwest communication International Inc also developing their FTTH in some areas but they are not replacing them to existing cabling system.
According to Graham Finnie chief analyst for the telecom research firm Heavy Reading “13 percent of US household will be connected to fiber by 2012” . Verizon business rooted is in East Coast, Texas and California. But problem is that much of the community wills still left in future who will not be able to get FTTH. According to some news survey US will be best internet services in future.

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