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MIAMI, Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Optenet, a global IT security company and provider of high-performance content filtering solutions, today announced it has expanded its content security solution to include a new bandwidth optimization function.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/eda9b9/the_bandwidth_deba) has announced the addition of eMarketer's new report "The Bandwidth Debate: Video and Net Neutrality" to their offering. Video is creating huge increases in bandwidth usage.
A recently completed survey of U.S. consumers conducted by International Data Corporation (IDC) yielded results at odds with the views of many telecom policy makers and industry observers.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Comcast's plan to place a cap on consumer Internet use worries some customers who have come to take unfettered Web surfing for granted, even though most users aren't affected by the move. Beginning Oct.
By James Derk Scripps Howard News Service There is an ominous trend growing among Internet service providers -- that consumers should "pay by the drink" for their Internet usage.
NEW YORK - Comcast, the nation's second-largest Internet service provider, said Thursday it would set an official limit on the amount of data subscribers can download and upload each month. On Oct.
By JAMES DERK There is an ominous trend growing among Internet service providers - that consumers should "pay by the drink" for their Internet usage.
NEW YORK - Three months ago, Guy Distaffen switched Internet providers, lured from his cable company to his phone company by a year of free service on a two-year contract. But soon the company quietly updated its policies to say it would limit his Internet activity each month.
By The Bulletin, Bend, Ore. Jun. 30--BendBroadband relaunches its cable Internet service Tuesday with faster download speeds and a 100-gigabyte cap on downloads that has garnered national attention. Customers should see their download speeds double, and they do not have to adjust anything.
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