March 2011 | HCL Technologies
There is nothing more to broadband than dial-up except that it is digital, while dialup is analog. A positive voltage over the telephone line was a 1 and a negative voltage on the line was a 0. That’s how dialup modems used to work and traditional phone lines couldn’t handle more than 2000 such fluctuations per second, since the line was analog. The analog was then converted to digital, so that the voltage variations were just 0 to 5 or slightly higher and therefore greater frequencies were possible with...read more
Being connected all the time is more of a necessity than an urge today. Life changes every minute, every second. In this fast changing world of thoughts/ communication, the information puzzle is too tempting to resist!
A common man for example, spends 60 minutes a day on the road, in the car. If these 60 minutes can be spent in getting latest update from twitter, sending voice based SMS, listening to emails, getting traffic updates, why would one not want to ride a car all the time. If the “Connection”...read more