In 2015, 25 billion devices would be connected and 50 billion devices by 2020
The “World Wide Web” was born 25 years ago by Tim Berners-Lee and now it’s really unimaginable to think about a world without the web, a world without Google, Yahoo and Facebook. But it all started from the low, when the internet was still called the “world wide web,” the viewpoint was very different.
25 years on and the web has really evolved into a platform where most of our life activities are carried out. From sending files, electronic mails, general research to internet banking, to VoIP, as well as online gaming, robotics, medical science and social media, the internet has been just about everywhere in our lives. There is more and that’s the “internet of things,” where devices can sense aspects of real world and report the data in real-time. Most of which can be seen in our highly sophisticated SmartTV’s, Smart-Fridges, SmartWatches and lots more.
Wouldn’t you rather love a universal internet of things? Thanks Exigentnetworks
Updated on 03/15/14 at 8:57pm GMT+1: Replaced “internet” in line one with “World Wide Web”