posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 02:06 AM
reply to post by Rocketman7
So with Google and Microsoft, if they have an interest in web development and they do, then they would be interested in placing their presence at
these centers for their own reasons as well. Data storage. Businesses need to backup their data and protect it, and websites need to be backed up and
all of that to the degree that they will look after the Internet connectivity with the trade hubs saving us vast sums of money.
And they will make it look high tech-ish by their presence. Now since its global, we will assume that these gigantic companies which exist elsewhere
may want to do the same in their area and may do so. A quick glance at where Google and Microsoft are situated they are global companies.
Google has been estimated to run over one million servers in data centers around the world, and process over one billion search requests
and about twenty-four petabytes of user-generated data every day.
It's in Wikipedia.
If we build this trade backbone, then we want it not to take a long time. Since people need to get back to work as soon as possible.
So if we were to look at this as Internet version whatever, we would of course have to involve the committees which govern the net and set standards,
for such things as what is HTML etc.
I know they are slow moving bureaucracies. So I don't want to involve them. So it is a shadow on the ground, and it actually doesn't touch the
As I said before the biggest change you might see is at the bottom of a website when it comes time to pay you see an option for the new network to
handle the service.
People might select it for quality reasons or security reasons or price advantage.
This is bricks and mortar investment and job creation. They might select it because they like our ethics.
People might select it because we have an honest reputation. And they might avoid it for the same reasons.
edit on 28-6-2012 by Rocketman7 because: (no reason given)