Linking the web

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"There are downstream processes that require adaptive network connectivity and signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) enhancement and design to achieve these with full bandwidth capacity," a company spokesperson told CNET.

In the U.S., the system is being offered by Verizon, Sprint and AT&T. But it is not expected to be widely available outside of those 4 major carriers.

SuperBlue is aimed at those who are living in large urban areas, but also those living in rural areas. With this technology, people will be able to quickly and easily share traffic information and share their views on places and events on the web.

A spokesperson for Google said that any device that can talk to the internet will need to have a USB 3.0 port or 6 ports to connect it to the router.

Some U.K. websites already have SuperBlue deployed, but like the rest of the UK, all of the Internet traffic will inevitably take a way on the lightweight communications network.

But U.C. Berkeley professor Steve Vai predicts that this technology would, if implemented properly, enable free high speed internet connections and the ability to search online at superlarge scales.