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Reliance Jio has finally announced its much-awaited FTTH services, the Jio GigaFiber. The GigaFiber is Reliance Jio’s own FTTH Home broadband solution which will offer internet speeds upto 1 Gbps. The Jio GigaFiber and hhJio GigaTV will be available in 1,100 cities across India starting from August 15.
New users who will subscribe to Jio GigaFiber will also get access to a router and Jio GigaTV. The Jio GigaFiber set-top box can be used to make HD voice and video calls to other Giga TV devices or mobile users across the country.
With Jio GigaFiber, Reliance Jio will soon become the world’s biggest greenfield fixed-line broadband.
It is Reliance Jio’s fiber based broadband solution which will offer fixed-line internet services with speeds upto 1Gbps. The Jio GigaFiber is an optical fibre based broadband solution to offer superior speeds over wired internet connections.
Why Jio GigaFiber?
Mukesh Ambani mentioned that most of the broadband users utilise fixed-line connectivity for more than 80 percent of their data consumption. But, India has one of the lowest internet broadband speeds in the entire world.
Currently, India ranks on the 134th position globally in terms of fixed-line broadband connectivity.
What’s Reliance Jio’s Plan?
Reliance Jio is planning to fill in the gap, and in order to pump up the broadband sector, the company has launched its own first-class fixed-line connectivity. Reliance Jio aims to take Jio GigaFiber and India to the top five in the list.
Reliance Jio has already invested over Rs 250,000 crore to build the digital infrastructure required for Jio GigaFiber.
How Will Jio GigaFiber Help?
Jio GigaFiber will enable help to bring Ultra HD entertainment with seamless 4K streaming, multi-party video conferences and smart home solutions with virtual assistants like Amazon Alexa and Google Home.
The new subscribers of Jio GigaFiber will get an exclusive Jio GigaTV Set Top Box (STB) with the GigaFiber connection. You can use the Jio GigaTV to make HD voice and HD video calls. It can be used to make calls from TV to TV and TV to smartphones or tablets using voice commands.
Jio Smart Home Solutions – Jio GigaTV Calling
A part of Jio Smart Home solutions, the Jio GigaTV will help homes to get smart with these gadgets. The Jio Smart Home solutions will include include smart speakers, smart TVs, smart routers and many more.
How To Use Jio GigaTV?
Television with JioGiga TV set-top-box have to be connected to Jio GigaFiber for you to use this feature. The Jio GigaTV Calling can be used to make calls to call any other television connected to Jio GigaFiber or smartphone or tablet connected to any other network.
How To Get Jio GigaTV?
You cannot get a Jio GigaTV without Jio GigaFiber connection. The registrations for the Jio GigaFiber will be starting from August 15, and with your Jio GigaFiber connection, you can expect the Jio GigaTV STB with it.
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The original idea for this site actually stemmed from another idea to provide a way of benchmarking the popularity of a video against the general population of YouTube videos. There are probably sites that do this by now, but there wasn’t when we started out. Anyway, in order to figure out how popular any one video is, you need a pretty large sample of videos to rank it against. The challenge is that the sample needs to be very random in order to properly rank a video and YouTube doesn’t appear to provide a way to obtain large numbers of random video IDs.
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