Tag - bandwidth

Net Neutrality Undone | “Peering” Poised to Make Gains

Net Neutrality Undone | “Peering” Poised to Make Gains

On Thursday, December 14, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) repealed its 2015 net neutrality rules. We wrote an article about this very topic a few weeks ago, but let’s do a quick recap.

Net neutrality rules required ISPs to treat all online content equally. The ruling was instituted to bar the preferential treatment of one website [business] over another.

The repeal effort while,

Continue Reading ...
Read more...

New Cable Modem Technology Threatens DSL Providers

As G Fast chipsets give Internet Service Providers (ISPs) a low-cost investment option to boost broadband speeds for their internet subscribers, cable companies are remaining competitive with a new specification of DOCSIS 3.1 that will give them the opportunity to boost  broadband speeds of their existing co-axial cable-based

Continue Reading ...
Read more...