By 2020, the world will get to enjoy faster Internet speeds than it has in nearly 30 years, according to the International Telecommunication Union.
It will also have access to the most sophisticated telecommunication infrastructure, and it will be able to access a much larger portion of the Internet’s bandwidth, with speeds as high as 100 gigabits per second (Gbps) per second.
The new Internet speed standard, which is called “Ultrafast,” will be the foundation of a global network, with many countries in the Middle East and Africa expected to adopt it.
The ITA expects the next standard to be officially released in 2021, which will be followed by the adoption of the next iteration of the standard in 2024, which means it is likely to be adopted in 2020, but not in 2021.
The IETF’s proposal for the next major standard is called The Next Generation Internet Speed Protocol (NGISP), and is expected to include the following elements:The new standard is expected be adopted during the first quarter of 2020, and could be rolled out at a faster pace than its predecessor, which came into force in October 2015.
However, the ITA has not given any indication when the next update of the IIS standard might be announced.
“We are committed to continuing to deliver our commitment to deliver the next generation Internet,” the IETF said in a statement.
“Our commitment is that the next-generation Internet is available to the entire world in 2020.
We believe this is a critical year for the Internet to evolve and expand, and we look forward to announcing this new standard at the IAS2020.”
The first phase of the new Internet standard was introduced by the IITC in March 2018, with the goal of improving the speed of the global Internet.
The standard was later expanded by the ICANN, the World Wide Web Consortium and other organizations, which are responsible for building the Internet.
The next generation IISP is expected also to be faster than the existing one, and to have an improved reliability.
According to IATA, the new IISPs would be built using a new and improved technology called a “super-server,” which is a type of virtual private network that allows computers to share bandwidth and access the Internet at the same time.
IATA said the super-server technology was developed by IBM and is based on the same standards as those used in the previous versions of the Hyper-V virtualization platform and Virtual SAN, which were also built by IBM.
However, while IBM’s technology is now used in virtual machines and servers, it is not used for the IISC standard, the International Telecommunications Union’s (ITU) standard.
It is believed the new technology is faster than Hyper-v and Virtual-SAN, but slower than Hyperv’s Hyper-threading, which has been in use since the 1980s.
This could mean that the ITC will allow the next version of the internet to be introduced as early as 2019, with a much shorter time to bring the next Internet standard to the world.