FTTH or Fire to the Home cables are represented by a passive optical network (PON) that connects your home network to a central office. A link consists of a singlemode fiber that exits an installed transmitter/receiver. The drop cable passes through one or more local PON splitter, then the splitter connects to the optical line terminal through a multifiber cable. Fiber Optics is mainly known for the express speed at which it transmits data, which is a significant feature when compared with other methods. The enhanced speed is due to the light Fiber Optic technology uses rather than electricity that is commonly used in sending information. Fiber Optic technology is employed by FTTH to enhance communications for households, and it is believed that FTTH cable will soon replace the traditional copper cables.
This was the first when it was launched, and it was initially referred to as ‘The Internet’. It was used before 1999 when experts called it the Read-Only era, as it contains only features of hyper-linking and bookmarking of web pages. Emails were also sent in HTML form, and there was no means of communication between users and producers of information. The web is still evolving, and coming up with new and appealing features that will make internet surfing an amazing experience than we ever imagined.
This was introduced in 1999 by O’Reilly, which came from the lack of active communication between users and the web. The information through this led to the birth of newer concepts including wiki, widgets, and video streaming. Users were also allowed to publish their own content, following a few steps, on different blog platforms. Web 2.0 was also what brought about Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Flickr, and some others. The Official Google Blog has mentioned how Google search algorithm now gets intelligent as it identifies many synonyms. This includes how pictures and photos are now similar in meaning.
Although Web 2.0 seems perfect already, this 3rd generation of the World Wide Web has everything you need. Creating web content is now much easier than it was in Web 2.0, and it consists of micro formats and natural language search. There are also different attributes like Deductive Reasoning, Contextual Search, Evolution of 3D web, and Personalized and Tailor made Search. These were not in previous versions, and due to these advancements, we can now do various things that never seemed possible. Another example is how you can type in ‘GM’ in the google search bar and it won’t lead you to ‘General Motors’ website simply because, GM could mean other things. Hence, google displays other meanings to GM and let you choose.
The web keeps evolving and introducing new concepts regularly, but its evolution has been questioned due to some lack of standards. World Wide Web (WWW) was launched in 1991 as Web 1.0, and newer versions came into the spotlight later, which includes the Web 2.0 and Web 3.0. The changes in the evolution that took place is however not clear to a lot of people. Keep reading to know the differences between Web 1.0, Web 2.0, and Web 3.0. Asides Google, there are also other websites that personalizes search and ensure they relate with your search history. The web is becoming more intelligent daily.