For those of you who desire the fastest broadband connection around, we have an interesting article for you to read now, which suggests that the availability of ‘super Wi-Fi’ may come sooner than a lot of people imagined.
As reported from Gather, it has been confirmed that the Federal Communications Commission will place a vote later on this month, on whether or not ‘white spaces’ will be allowed to be used for super fast broadband connections.
If you are not familiar with white spaces, they are the frequencies which are located in between TV channels, and if the FCC’s vote is successful, it will mean that regulators can attract businesses to use the space for new innovative consumer products.
Just how fast will this ‘super Wi-Fi’ be though, is it really worth going to all this trouble for it? Fiber Optic is still pretty remote where I live, so the thought of a brand new internet connection is a bit perplexing. What would you do with say a 100MB connection?
Full story through the link.