How Comcast became a powerful—and controversial—part of the Internet backbone | Ars Technica | #NetNeutrality

How Comcast became a powerful—and controversial—part of the Internet backbone

How Comcast became a powerful—and controversial—part of the Internet backbone | Ars Technica | #NetNeutrality

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China's new internet backbone explained: verified sources, IPv6 at the core

China's new internet backbone explained: verified sources, IPv6 at the core

While most of the world is still coming to grips with malware and weaning itself off of we're just learning that China has been thinking further ahead....

Someone Just Tried to Take Down the Internet's Backbone Service: DNS Root Servers with DDoS attacks.

Someone Just Tried to Take Down the Internet's Backbone Service: DNS Root Servers with DDoS attacks.

If your computer’s been hacked, Dale Drew might actually know about it. His company, Level 3 Communications, is a major internet backbone provider and routinely on the lookout for cyberattacks on the network level. From what they can tell, there’s a staggering 178 million IP addresses out there associated with malicious activity.

If your computer’s been hacked, Dale Drew might actually know about it. His company, Level 3 Communications, is a major internet backbone provider and routinely on the lookout for cyberattacks on the network level. From what they can tell, there’s a staggering 178 million IP addresses out there associated with malicious activity.

Caltech researchers have developed a new laser that could send data over the Internet backbone up to 20 times faster. Read more at http://www.redorbit.com/news/technology/1113077069/laser-could-revolutionize-internet-bandwidth-speeds-022114/#F5kKUzEIBMD4WVVM.99

Caltech researchers have developed a new laser that could send data over the Internet backbone up to 20 times faster. Read more at http://www.redorbit.com/news/technology/1113077069/laser-could-revolutionize-internet-bandwidth-speeds-022114/#F5kKUzEIBMD4WVVM.99

To 'justify' poor Internet speeds ISP's spin yarns about:  contingency ratios, peak times, distance from exchange, time of day, old wires, poor routers, noise on the line, close to electrical devices, busy exchange, backbone upgrades...etc ..., the list is endless.  They are just deferring blame.  These things are not 100% responsible for speed issues.  I work in this Industry: if you can't fix the above list you can still improve things: you need to make your pc handle the data speed…

To 'justify' poor Internet speeds ISP's spin yarns about: contingency ratios, peak times, distance from exchange, time of day, old wires, poor routers, noise on the line, close to electrical devices, busy exchange, backbone upgrades...etc ..., the list is endless. They are just deferring blame. These things are not 100% responsible for speed issues. I work in this Industry: if you can't fix the above list you can still improve things: you need to make your pc handle the data speed…

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