A Melbourne PhD Student named John Papandriopoulos has developed a breakthrough technology that will enable us to surf the internet at blazing fast speeds upto 250 Mbps through our existing telephone/broadband copper wires and that too without investing in optic fibres and other expensive hardware. The new technology is totally software based that your ISP needs to install at their exchange/control room and nothing needs to be done at your side.
How this technology works:
The technology which is completely software based uses the mathematical modelling to remove the interference which slows down the downloading speeds and thus breaking the barrier of data that can be transfered without much disturbance and coping with our need for speed.
John Papandriopoulos took a year to complete this wonderful research and this development has also won him a Chancellor’s Prize for Excellence in the PhD.
This is indeed a good news for the Indian broadband industry as this could really transform the Indian broadband scenario but then it takes time from development and becoming available to general public. John has filed patent applications in US and Australia for this technology and it is said to take 3-4 years before it becomes widely available.
Now think of present Indian broadband speeds..Pathetic
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