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Where does the Internet data come from?

The Internet brings you data from around the world almost instantly. This information, coming from Geneva or Tokyo or Buenos Aires, arrives in the U.S. not from satellite but along cables that sit on the bottom of the ocean. Upgrades in many of the components that make up the vast undersea optical fiber network are about to facilitate even more speed and versatility.The impression that satellites are modern and cables old-fashioned is wrong. Satellites are what you want to beam TV shows to customers scattered over a wide area. 

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