You will end up saying “wow” if you get a speed of 1Gbps on your laptop. And if you really want to end up like this just move yourself to Kochi, a city in kerala (India) which offers a ultra speed connectivity. Yes of course you heard this right. Internet search giant Google after providing this much blazing fast 1GBps Internet Speed in startup village, Kansas City, a leading tech incubator in US, as part of the Google Fiber Network now has its hold over India and that too in Kochi city in Kerala. With this blazing fast speed one can download 2hrs of 1080p videos(High Resolution Videos or HD Videos) can be downloaded in just 30 seconds.
Startup village of Kochi has become worlds second place to experience this blazing speed of internet connectivity after kansas city of united states. According to the chairman of Kochi city this project is just a demo of what is coming for the whole country for the best experience of Internet. This was launched on 17th of November 2012 by the state Chief Minister Shri Oommen Chandy. By switching to this blazing 1GBps Internet Speed of internet connectivity the startup village in Kochi has taken a step forward to become the worlds largest telecom incubator.
Startup village in Kochi is aiming to build world class tech ecosystem and a silicon coast in India to realize a dream under the mentoring of of successful entrepreneurs like Kris Gopalakrishnan, Co-founder and Executive Co-chairman of Infosys, as well as the Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India.
However one of the regular users on ThinkDigit say’s “Although Kochi got this ultra fast internet speed but a normal hardware cannot load this. A user will have to buy some hardware which is compatible to this speed”. Another user say’s “For US this much speed can be easy to get at home computers but in India a user will have to loose his pockets since the internet cable is coming from London to Mumbai, Kochi via suez canal. It will take 15000 to 16000km long submarine cables to connect India to US Servers”.
The only thing a user has to see is that the money he will have to pay for this much speed. We @codemink believe everything will be in budget for a normal user.