To Opera, One Web means being able to take the one true Web and make it available to people on their own terms. Across devices, across platforms, on any network, Opera aims to deliver a single, continuous and personal Internet experience.
What does One Web comprise?
One Web is the full, complete web that people access every day from their computers, their mobile devices, their home appliances, in their homes, offices and on the go — anytime, anywhere. With fundamentals, like web standards, and technical innovations supporting widespread accessibility, people are able to access the same familiar web content seamlessly on any device.
With Opera technology and a dedication to web standards, Opera is committed to supporting One Web in many ways:
- The Web is built and grounded upon a single set of web standards that enable the same Internet experience on any device. Opera is dedicated to upholding and contributing to the building blocks of the Internet. Opera actively participates in the W3C and other industry forums to help create these standards.
- People have universal and equal access to the best-possible, full Internet experience regardless of device capability or network quality. Opera enables and equalizes access by creating and improving the technology used to access the Web.
- People are able to seamlessly access the same familiar web content on any device, at any time and in any place.
Why One Web?
Opera believes in working with the one true Web to help our partners unify and enhance their Internet-enabled products and services, which in turn helps to create personal and seamless Internet experiences for users.
For Opera, it is all about supporting One Web. For our partners and users, it is all about the unlimited possibilities created by One Web.
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