Google Funded Satellites to provide High Speed Internet by 2010

Now Google is on a new mission to provide high speed internet access to all even those who are not connected till now in the world. In venture with HSBC and Liberty Global it has come up with a startup named O3b networks which clearly means for Other 3 billion people who still can’t have proper access to the Internet. This will be accomplished with an equipment of 16 satellites which are of low cost in order to provide access that can be afforded mainly for the growing markets and upcoming parts of the world like Africa, Middle East, Asia and Latin America. It will be made available to use by 2010 with service being provided and is a good substitute for global networks which used fiber networks even in case of developed nations.

There will direct connectivity to WiMax 3G supportive devices and towers for areas with no option now. There will be access to Telecom carriers and service providers of respective regions directly and even to the Internet service providers, enabling them to provide broadband based services to all of them.Speed will definitely be relatively close to that of the America and with much better cost effective way for the growing markets. The motive for this mission was idea from a similar kind of Mission accomplished in some part of Africa. The system will support all future expansions and is by one of those who were responsible for introduction of 3G fiber networks in Africa and a member of O3b. All backward areas were kept in mind by Google for this project and will be globally beneficial in all the ways.

This development is interesting and will make many political conversations and collaborations easier where no proper person to person communication exists mainly in case of borders. There are some critical issues needs to be addressed and even its impact. One such is government interventions, regulations, classes and accessibility. 03b is anyhow positive about this mission since it eliminates the distance between people which used to be in the past and often read in the books.

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