Tag: ISP

  • Georgia Tech recommends that ISPs should have ‘nutrition level’ for their products

    Georgia Tech recommends that ISPs should have ‘nutrition level’ for their products

    Technology affects every aspect of our lives and not everybody understands the technical jargon. Often business organizations highlight those aspects of products which convert to USP but they go very easy on the asterisk. The FCC guys realized that even ISPs operating in USA were doing something similar. So they happen to brag about their…

  • British ISPs looking to charge per device or data used

    British ISPs looking to charge per device or data used

    British ISPs are expected to start charging customers, depending on the device or type of data they’re using, according to a networks expert. Fixed-line ISPs could soon introduce variable charging, much like how the mobile operators changed their pricing models after the introduction of the iPad. F5, which makes equipment that can control traffic on…

  • Gamers get prioritized traffic broadband package from Demon ISP

    Gamers get prioritized traffic broadband package from Demon ISP

    Gamers have got to be some of the most laid back individuals ever. The gaming industry seems to be making piles of money and there’s so much that companies are willing to do for these individuals. For instance, Demon has just announced that they’ve got a new broadband package for the gaming community that prioritizes…

  • Google now wants to be ISP provider and rule the internet

    Google now wants to be ISP provider and rule the internet

    Google’s aim, it appers, is to control not just the search market but the mobile phones industry, mobile phone OS industry, netbook OS’ and more. They’ve also recently delved into the social networking bit with their ‘Google Buz’z set up, so basically the internet is covered as whole from all angles. And I mean totally,…

  • New Anti Piracy law kills Swedish Internet appetite

    The internet tracking firm reported traffic fell from an average of 120 gigabits per second to 80 gbps on Wednesday. Sweden has become a battleground between online consumers of digital media and the entertainment industry over the practice of peer-to-peer file sharing. About eight per cent of the country’s population engages in peer-to-peer file sharing,…

  • Comcast establishes 100GBps network.

    Comcast establishes 100GBps network.

    Comcast is all set to green flag 100GBps network the optical networking equipment carrying live Internet traffic over a production fiber infrastructure. The 100-Gbps trial connects Comcast facilities in Philadelphia and to McLean, Va., running over the operator’s metro and long-haul fiber links. Comcast is using preproduction versions of Nortel Networks’ 100-Gbps interface cards, running…