When the Internet started, it was limited to a fairly large desktop computer, which could only carry a minimum of graphics and virtually no sound or video. However, from these initial ones and zeros, and countless hours of dial-up is trying to transfer files that would be considered laughably small today, a steady stream of more advanced technologies has arrived. However, none of this is as real cell and the latest developments in the web: mobile broadband.
Before he got mobile broadband, it is the only alternative to dial-up, step in the right direction for all who wanted the ability to perform tasks such as sending and receiving files, transfer large files, and even build a website of which consisted of more than simple designs. Broadband and DSL users are allowed to do is find a faster way to transfer information, rather than through phone lines, but through a little faster and more capable of handling data. It is not just change the speed at which people get information, but also the types of information could be transmitted.
Enter the wireless internet, which is a natural evolution from broadband to desktop computers. Wi-Fi brought mobility to get online just did not exist before, it helps to change the picture on the internet as something that can only be obtained from the office, either at home or elsewhere. Wireless also led to a greater sense of mobility for those in the workplace, because once it is meant for things to be done away from the office, whether it be from a home office or hotel room while participating in the conference.
However, the problem with wireless internet in this format is that it was not actually that reliable. People could not just ditch their home or office connections and depend on a number of password-protected and the occasional free networks available, and even those who are for the general public are often so overwhelmed with customers that would be impossible to actually open the real work online. That is why the latest step in the Internet actually provides mobility, but more than that, the flexibility.
for WiMax concept is simple: all the things people have been able to do on a smartphone from just about anywhere can now be done on the computer with the same level of ease. Simply plug in any laptop or desktop computer that is enabled, and it will automatically find the network, which uses the tower much the same way that mobile phone companies that refuse to make a powerful signal that can handle people not only from the home office, but even at the opposite bank.
long term benefits of WiMax are currently unknown, but in a business environment where more and more people require constant access to the Internet to get their work, and more and more people refuse to be chained to the tables for most of his life, it comes as no surprise that the ISP will decide to go in that direction. And truth be told, most people, whether for business or recreational purposes, does not really enjoy staring at the Internet in three-inch three-inch screen, especially when it comes to complex tasks such as reading a table or a video conference.