Woah! Take a look at these Internet speeds.
Woah! In Japan, some very fast Internet speeds (at 2Gbps download, 1Gbps upload) were just introduced. These speeds are so much faster than in Canada that our Internet operates at a snail’s pace in comparison. The Internet has become an integral part of our everyday communications, and Canadians deserve a fast, affordable Internet that reflects this.
Article by Peter Suciu for redOrbit:
Traffic on the highways in Japan often moves along at a snail’s pace most of the day and is total gridlock at rush hour. However, the country does know a thing or two about moving along at high speeds. Japan’s Skinkansen – or bullet train – remains one of the fastest in the world and last year the island nation’s Central Japan Railway Co. (JR Tokai) unveiled a prototype of what promises to deliver even faster train service to Japan. Moving people is one thing, but the country also is looking to move data at ever-increasing speeds.
The Japanese information superhighway could soon help data travel at some of the fastest speeds possible.
This week a Sony-backed ISP in Japan launched a 2Gbps Internet service, which could be the world’s fastest for home use. As with the new ultra-fast railway the roll out of this new Internet service will be small and limited to select areas. Read more »
Read the full article at redorbit.com
Tell decision-makers to create a digital strategy that makes fast, affordable Internet a reality.