Japan's revolutionary satellite could launch the world's fastest Internet and bring high-speed connections to the most remote of users
By Gregory MonePosted 02.25.2008 at 1:34 pm 3 Comments
This Saturday, Japan launched a satellite, Kizuna. If all goes well, starting in July Kizuna will provide commercial users with the fastest Internet on Earth. Less speedy is the faster-than-fiber-optic connection speeds that the average user can access with just an 18-inch-wide dish. Those speeds will be available to offices and homes in remote areas, places that dont have the necessary telecommunications infrastructure.