I know it. You know it. We all know it. It can be so frustrating. The Internet. Sometimes it’s fast. Sometimes. Most times it’s a contest between when the site will load and when the coffee’s done brewing. Did that email go out yet? Has that file finished downloading? Come on!!!
Those times are done.
A few months ago, I attended a conference in Jerusalem and learned that Israel has one of the worst internet setups in the world. Personally, I did not doubt the speaker at all. I remember back in the 1970’s we used to joke that if we wanted a phone in the house we could order it today and we would connected about the time we had great-grandchildren. That’s how bad the infrastructure was. Now, imagine putting Internet high speed (that is what we consider today high speed) on that same infrastructure. It’s like putting a Porsche engine in a Volkswagen beetle.
The answer is fiber optic cable.
Fiber optic cable is made of flexible glass and are as thin as strands of human hair. These strands carry pulses of light that transfer data at, well, the speed of light.
So, what’s the deal with services? There’s internet, phone, video. And in the future? Who knows?
Sign and send the form. Will it take time? Yes, but the more people in the area sign up, the faster fast Internet gets here.
So, sign and send the form - now!