Essay on Internet

668 Words May 11th, 2013 3 Pages
Rodriguez, Marione Thea B.
Block 11
BS Biochemistry

What is the latest trend in connecting to the internet in the Philippines?

One of the various ways to connect to the internet is through fiber optic technology. It delivers laser-generated pulses of light on strands of glass fibers. Recently, Globe Telecom Inc. is laying down 10,000 kilometers of fiber-optic cable this year in implementation of LTE or Long Term Evolution technology. This would bring high-speed data to mobile phones and other devices. A Globe product called Tattoo Torque is powered by GPON or Gigabit Passive Optical Network which uses fiber optic technology. The maximum speed of Tattoo Torque is 150 Mbps.

Smart Communications have also implemented LTE
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One of the latest trends in connecting to the internet in the Philippines is the 4G or Fourth Generation. Globe Telecommunication is the first to provide this convenient and affordable technology to the Filipino people just this 2009. 4G has a newer set of technologies than what 3G could provide. It is three times faster than 3G since it has a bigger bandwidth. This gives the subscribers high-speed mobile web browsing, better multimedia uploads, faster streaming and downloads. It has download speeds of up to 21 Mbps with upgradability for 84 Mbps. This connection is reliable and stable. Globe also launched 4G Wimax which would give the customers high-speed broadband at home or at the office and 4G HSPA+mobile network which allow customers to enjoy high-speed access from their laptops or even in their mobile phones specifically the ones that are already 4G enabled. Globe’s 4G WiMax covers the largest area size in Southeast Asia. Globe has also upgraded their Tattoo Broadband to 4G which led to a handy way to have a faster internet connection of up to 7.5 Mbps wherever you maybe.

Another trend is called BPL or Broadband over Power Line. This technology allows you to gain access to the internet just by plugging your computer into an electrical outlet. Instead of using telephone wires, BPL would use the electrical wires in sending internet connections to households all over the country. In 2009, PLDT or

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