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Team Internet & Stuff Like That

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Team Internet & Stuff Like That
Computers and cellular devices are mainly used for the internet, which is why they are bought for business, homes, and other users. The
internet
is a worldwide collection of servers that come from millions of businesses, government agencies, educational institutions, and individuals. Billions of people have internet access in today’s world, which people use for web, email, VoIP which are the most popular and widely used reasons for people to have internet.
Some users connect their devices to an Intenet service
Computers come together on the internet to form a virtual ‘web’ of clients working collaboratively to retrieve and output information.
Information is shared around the world via wired or wireless transmission.
A term commonly used to describe one of the main threads that transfers the bulk of data
traffic
is known as the
Internet Backbone.
Vocabulary
Internet-
worldwide connection of computer networks that connects millions of groups and people
*wireless modem
- Modem that uses the cellular radio network to provide Internet connections
*dongle-
small device that connects to a computer and acts as a modem
*broadband-
Internet with fast data-transfer speeds and an always -on connection
cybercafe
- Internet cafe that provides computers with Internet access
hotspot-
wireless network that provides Internet connection to wireless devices
Tethering-

configuring a mobile device into a portable communications device that can share Internet access
ISP-
a business that provides individuals and organizations with Internet
bandwidth-
the amount of data, instructions, and info that can travel over media
mobile service provider-
An ISP that offers wireless Internet access to devices
Traffic-
Communictions activity on the Internet
Internet Backbone-
Major carriers of network traffic

IP Address-
A sequence of numbers that uniquely identify the location of devicesconnected to the Internet.
IPv4-
an IP addressing type that is becoming scarce
IPv6
- an IP addressing type that is more widely used
Domain Names
- a text-based name that corresponds to the IP address
Domain Name System (DNS)
- The method the Internet used to store domain names and IP addresses
DNS Server-
An Internet server associated with an ISP
Wired
Wireless
Cable Internet
DSL
FTTP
Wi-Fi
Mobile Broadband
Fixed Wireless
Satellite Internet Service
Technology
Cybercafes
are places that provide Internet that users pay for.
Cybercafes are among the many public locations (parks, schools, hotels, etc.) that offer free Internet access using Wi-fi
hotspots
Some hotspots require a password, but others, mostly used by small business and home users, can be shared through broadband Internet service or a
tethered
Internet-capable device.
Tethering transforms a
smartphone or other device into a communications device that shares a connection with other devices freely or for a cost.
Mobile
Broadband
Internet Service
Internet
An
Internet Service Provider (ISP)
provides Internet access for free or for a cost, based on upload/download
speed
,
bandwidth
, and services.
Wi-fi networks use
mobile service providers
to access Internet wherever there is mobile phone access.
THE END
By:
Colton Hayes
Matthew Engberg
Peter Caroline
Citations
Discovering Computers: Technology in a World of Computers, Mobile Devices, and the Internet
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APPLAUSE
The Internet uses a system comparable to physical postage services.
Each internet user has an
IP address
(short for Internet Protocol address) that identifies the location of each computer connected to the Internet.
The Internet uses two IP addressing types;
IPv4 and IPv6
. Since the Internet’s growth, IPv4 has become fairly scarce. Hence, IPv6 was made
Since all IP addresses are relatively long and hard to memorize, the Internet supports
domain names.
Domain names are abbreviated, text-based names that reflect the IP address of the sever that supports a website.
The
domain name system (DNS)
is a strategy that the Internet uses to house domain names and their IP addresses.
When a domain name is entered into a browser, a
DNS server
finds the IP address that corresponds to the domain name
T-Mobile
The start or roots of the Internet was a networking project at the Pentagon’s Advanced Research Project Agency (ARPA). The purpose of this project was to provide scientists a way to communicate with each other and be able to with stand a disaster that might knock out part of the server but could still operate. ARPANET became fully operational in September 1969, which in fact did provide scientists and academic researchers across America a way to communicate with their fallow scientist if they needed to. The original ARPANET project consisted of four main computers that were called Hosts (Known today as servers, a
host
is any computer that provides services and connections to other computers on the network) that connected to each other from locations like University of California at LA, University of California at Santa Barbara, Stanford Research Institute, and the University of Utah.
Internet
Evolution
Connection
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