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Monday, August 15, 2016

Gigabit Internet Speeds From WiFi

‘Wireless Fiber’ Could Give Us Gigabit Internet Speeds with No Cables At All

Brian Fung | August 15, 2016

[...] thanks to a technology some Internet service providers (ISPs) expect to roll out next year, Americans dreaming of better, faster broadband may actually be able to get it.
[...] Cellular Internet is a little different. Cell towers are expensive, too, but they create a one-to-many connection that serves thousands of mobile devices wirelessly — rather than creating a dedicated pipe to a single, fixed destination such as a home or business. The speeds aren't quite as fast on mobile data as what you get with fixed broadband, but for basic Web browsing and video, it's good enough.

[Click to Enlarge] "Cellular Networks to Gather the Developing World On-line." Source:

[Click to Enlarge] "Experience mobile internet access like never before with the LTE Wi-Fi Rocket™ Stick E8372. The versatile Rocket Stick E8372 offers blazing fast download speeds up to 150MbpsMsup>1. Enjoy the freedom of having internet access wherever you go for all your online games, browsing, downloading and streaming needs. Plus, you can now share your internet connection with up to 10 Wi-Fi users. Enjoy the Rocket Stick E8372 plug-and-play connection manager feature to effortlessly set up and manage your connection, while storing important information wherever you go." Source:

<more at; related articles and links: (New data: Americans are abandoning wired home Internet. April 18, 2016) and (What Highspeed Internet Choices Are Available in 2016? January 1, 2016)>

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