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In 1995, less than one-tenth of 1% of the world population was "connected," and there were fewer than 35 million Internet users. Two-thirds of a generation later, 39% of the global population is connected and there are 2.8 billion users.
And there's no longer just one "Internet." There are private networks, virtual networks and an emerging "Industrial Internet." And because of the proliferation of connected "devices," we're also watching the emergence of a kind of "Super Internet" in which all those devices are strung together.
And now we're seeing the development of a faster, more efficient slice of the Web aimed at regular Americans like you and me. This "HyperNet" is being driven by pure necessity... by the many disparate innovations that are converging at one point... all at the same time.
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