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Residential Internet access has never been a hotter commodity, as everyone from network engineers to their first graders are sharing at-home WiFi and pushing the limits on residential upload and download needs over the course of the pandemic. As a result, ISPs like Comcast are exploring ways to deliver enterprise-caliber Internet speeds out to residences without having to undergo costly...

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Tags: comcast internet, direct internet connectivity, dia, direct to internet, internet, remote worker, remote workforce, remote work, wfh, WiFi, internet service provider, residential isp, isp, comcast, cloud computing, network performance monitoring, enterprise IT

With folks across the globe logging onto work and school from home – and streaming a lot of Netflix when they aren’t – network capacity has never been a hotter commodity. As a result, people are hungry for higher-than-ever Internet speeds to stay connected in a work-from-home (WFH) world, and researchers at University College of London (UCL) have set a...

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Tags: network management, network performance monitoring, network capacity, network speeds, network performance, enterprise network, enterprise IT, netflix, TBPS, terabit, internet speeds, internet

Vendors and service providers frequently tout their products as “carrier-grade.” But what does this label actually entail, and is there a specific criteria a tool must meet to earn the title? For starters, there is no official designation or industry standard (ala MEF) for what makes a product or service “carrier-grade.” There is, however, a general consensus among leaders in...

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Tags: network performance monitoring, network performance, network management, network, carrier grade, carrier, ISP, internet service provider, internet, cloud computing

At 10:30 PM on October 29, 1969, UCLA professor Leonard Kleinrock and his student Charley Kline established an ARPANET link – the first one ever – between their campus and the office of Bill Duval, a programmer at Stanford University. And thus, the seeds of what would become the Internet we know today were planted. And 50 years later, the...

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Tags: network management, networking, network, iot, internet of things, industry 4.0, cloud, network performance monitoring, connectivity, arpanet, internet

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