The United States agency NASA brings remarkable internet connections to American homes that have 10 gigabits per second and it’s about 100 times faster than today’s internet networks.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration agency isn’t going to bring these speeds to homes, but it is using this fast speed network technology to discover the next wave of computing for an application.
ESnet is run by the U.S. Energy Department and it is a very important tool for researchers who deal with massive amounts of data, they can trade data via the ultra-fast network. In order to make it fast, ESnet and researchers are establishments like NASA are field challenging networking technologies that may ultimately find their way into the commercial internet.
According to the source ESnet director Gregory Bell says that their vision for the world is that scientific discovery shouldn’t be constrained by geography. ESnet is a platform where scientists can discover new ideas before setting them loose on the commercial internet.
In short, ESnet a kind of window, in which our computing world will finally look like and the major aim is a terabyte-per-second network connection to the consumers.