The Story of an Internet Minute

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With an ever progressive information highway and with the traffic flow on the Internet rising every minute, even Intel has taken to developing a new communications platform along with equipment managers and service providers to make data processing more efficient. Code named Crystal Forest, it aims to provide Mobile Internet Devices faster and easier communication infrastructure without comprising security.

Intel also stated that while the number of MIDs (Mobile Internet Devices) is now equal to the global population, the number of networked devices will be twice the number in 2015. While this mushrooming growth may seem a sure sign of Internet accessibility and information control, there also arises another issue. Nearly 640 GB of data is said to pass through the network during any one given minute. This staggering figure is nothing compared to what it looks like broken down- 204 million emails, 20 million photos, i.3 million videos on YouTube and so on.

There is a high risk of our information pathways crashing down unless the next generation developments they are subjected to can strengthen them and assure expansion and security sans interruption. More on this one minute story on What Happens in an Internet Minute!

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