The Web infrastructure’s capability will play a significant role in determining how quickly Web 2.0 evolves toward Web 3.0. High-speed broadband will no longer be sufficient to support the development of Web 2.0.
The development of multiplex broadband networks is a requirement for Web 3.0. However, the global network infrastructure is subject to natural limitations, just as CPU manufacturers do.
The Internet is following that trend in the same way that that sector of the economy has shifted to parallel processing using many cores per socket and threads. Threading is already supported by Mozilla and Microsoft’s web browsers.
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Web 3.0, which is still in its early stages, is already altering the way computing is done by allowing users to access software and services that are kept in data centers as opposed to a user’s PC, a practice known in the IT industry as cloud computing.
User apps are becoming rich Internet applications through cloud computing. Web 3.0 provides customers with a richer application tier with significantly more logic rather than banal computing capability, such as doing word searches online.
The innovation occurs when the technology is collected from the client and posted online. Due to the infrastructure for developing the code will reside in the cloud in this setting, software-as-a-service models will be able to be produced and deployed much more quickly and affordably.
Users will once again have a unique Internet experience in a Web 3.0 world. Users won’t be restricted to a PC because material and programs will dwell up in the “cloud,” allowing them to access the Web on a phone or roam between devices. For this new multiplatform paradigm to be successful, usability improvements will be crucial and must catch up.
With the arrival of Web 3.0, businesses doing business online will also see changes in addition to Internet users. There will be a review of entire e-business models.
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