From where do we get the internet?
If you have a message you wish to send to the world, you’ll probably publish it online by one click, but have you ever thought about how the Internet will post the message at the same time and store it for you to retrieve at any time?
The Internet consists of a collection of buildings distributed all over the world. These buildings contain power devices and a set of servers with high-speed Internet access for 24 hours a day. So, if you have an Internet connection, it means that your computer or phone is connected to one of these data centers. When your message is shared, the data center will permanently store it “until you delete it” and publish it around the world. The data center is linked to the rest of the centers distributed throughout the world through a network owned by internet companies. So your message will be able to travel around the world and reach its destination.