The collapse of the internet, the end of the internet, the collapse of the internet are alarmist with titles that have been published analizis and predictions about the future not far from the internet. According to article published on the Internet Herald Tribune, in 2011 the disaster happen. It draws on the youtube.com page traffic generated in 2007, an amount equal to the bandwidth consumption generated by all network users worldwide in 2002. Opinions are divided, some think that the collapse is imminent and there are those who think it is just propaganda. The truth is: Every day we add new users to the network and IP addresses are exhausted. Every day more companies and individuals adopting VOIP technology. Every day governments induce the people to make their transactions online.
Although it is also true: Every day you work on the development of faster computers and intelligent networks. Every day you work on improving standards and protocols of the network. Every day there are more users of emerging technologies 3G for the Transfer of information. If development goes hand in hand with an increase in the use of the internet why should we care? Only a severe global energy crisis coupled with a ip address exhaustion, an increasing use of technology, virtual communities, online gaming, and movies on demand could cause problems for the Internet because every day is more energy required to keep alive the network and if they begin to have blackouts in parts of the network congestion and may cause routing loops which would cause network congestion and finally reaches saturation and temporary incapacitation of network segments. An eventual exhaustion of IPv4 addresses can be solved by implementing the next generation IPv6. Another group that grows and adds some balance to the system is that users of 3G technology is growing with the expansion in which they have committed cell phone companies. This group has no extreme demands in terms of speed and are in a HSDPA or UMTS link the perfect solution for your needs.
With HSDPA technology can perfectly use programs like skype to make video calls or calls to any operator and you can even listen to the radio without major interruptions while you browse internet, watch videos on youtube is also possible. Internet will not end, it may end up with the good humor of some people who eventually have difficulty seeing their favorite show or play your favorite game. But a collapse like this is difficult because the Internet has diversified its media, bits and bytes now not only run through the wires of the twisted pair of copper but also in the form of aces traveling light right through the fiber optics or go through the air with 3G cellular technology. Making low-cost routers using low-cost machines and free software is a trivial matter in the same way that it is home-made antennas for wireless connection.
Unlike Web 1.0 was static HTML pages that could be updated only by the owners with some frequency, the Web 2.0 aims to foster collaboration and flexible exchange of information between users of a community or social network and one of the representatives Featured in the application of this technology is the blog or also known as blogs. Both blogs and some other social networking sites, enable content authors to expose their own creation while sharing their views about what others write, blogs have become popular sites and their degree of acceptance and use every day is increasing, but … What has made these sites so interesting, funny or popular? In my opinion … The ability to post comments that in many cases, can be placed even without any records involved. “No comment, a blog not a blog” this is a phrase I read recently on the blog and I totally agree with her. When a visitor decides a say or providing some idea or suggestion which is very appreciated, because honestly we must recognize that bloggers often received very valuable notes and sometimes more interesting than their own, their opinions, ideas or suggestions become a renewed flow of ideas, inspiration for other items, realize the need to make some corrections, links are created and observed reactions are very useful to enrich our work. Dear reader, with this note I intend to invite all web surfers to use the comments space that appears on blogs, but mostly, I wish to thank all those who have ever participated in or who do so regularly, my intention is to make a sincere appreciation all that is worth their collaboration, as it provides us with a renewed motivation to move forward in the quest for continuous improvement. Thank you.