Content-Centric Networking

ccn network

The Internet is more than 45 years old, and it’s starting to show its age. To be sure, it has served us wonderfully well. Its underlying technologies delivered the World Wide Web (still a young adult at around 28 years old) and our global communications network. Even as its user base has swelled to 3.4 billion, these technologies have scaled admirably.…

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The Internet of Things Future of Tomorrow

Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the inter-networking of physical devices, vehicles (also referred to as “connected devices” and “smart devices”), buildings, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enable these objects to collect and exchange data. The IoT allows objects to be sensed or controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure, creating opportunities for…

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Growing Internet User-Base in India Giving a Boost to YouTube!

Growing Internet User

YouTube has been recognized as the fastest-growing online creators in India on the eve of fourth edition of YouTube FanFest.  With over 14 independent creators hitting the one-million subscribers mark across Entertainment, Music, Tech and Food, YouTube is continuing to see massive growth in online video viewership in India, reaching over 180 million users per month in India on mobile…

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Fiber Cable To Fulfil The Dream Of Digital India A New Age Of Communication Is About To Begin

Fiber Cable

Everywhere on this planet hair-thin optical fibers carry vast quantities of information from place to place. There are many desirable properties of optical fibers for carrying this information. They have enormous information-carrying capacity, are low cost, and possess immunity from the many disturbances that can afflict electrical wires and wireless communication links. The superiority of optical fibers for carrying information…

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Growing Broadband Penetration A Bundle Of Facts Providing Ray Of Hopes

India has made headlines in recent years as overall Internet use among residents has gone up at an increasing rate. Yet most of these gains are in mobile internet access and public access points. While people use the Internet on their mobile phones, at cybercafés and public Wi-Fi hotspots, less than 2% percent of households have a fixed Internet connection.…

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Impact Of GST On Cable TV Operators & Broadband Service Providers

The Taxable Supplies by Local Cable Operator(LCO) under the Cable TV Industry are as follows: Supply of Cable TV Package to Customers. Supply of Set-top box (STB). Set-top-box(STB) Repair Services. Supply of Broadband Package on Behalf of Multi System Operator(MSO) / Broadband Service Provider. Other Related Supplies Made For the Provision of Cable TV / Broadband Package; Some of the…

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Optical Fiber Boosts Up Internet Connectivity Changing The Future Of Communication

Communication is the key to survival in these modern times. There are many different mediums for faster communication. However, fiber optic communication is unique. Traditionally, we have electric wires for communication. Fiber optics replaces the electrical connectivity with light having a high travelling speed. So, fiber-optic communication is a method of transmitting information from one place to another by sending…

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Internet Television When TV Goes On As Per Your Time

In many ways, India’s tryst with cable television represents a Bildungsroman for the middle class. After liberalisation in 1991, cable TV shattered state-owned network Doordarshan’s staid monopoly, and old, crackling radios gave way to booming television sets. One television network, perhaps more than any other, symbolised this new reality: Star. When billionaire Rupert Murdoch purchased Hong Kong-based Star TV in…

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