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The popularity of 4G mobile services in China continues to take off and subscriber growth shows no signs of slowing.
With almost 576 million 4G customers at the end of June 2016, China is home to twice as many 4G users as the next largest market (the U.S.). But why?
Happy Internaut Day! On August 23, 1991, users accessed the World Wide Web for the first time, paving the way for the Internet that we turn to for the latest and greatest cat gifs.
So here's a question: what's the difference between the World Wide Web and the Internet?
TeleGeography Business Development Manager EMEA Mike Healey will be attending Capacity Eurasia in Athens, Greece September 20-21, 2016.
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It has been reported that new cables promise speeds up to 10 million times faster than traditional home cable modems.
But here’s the kicker: there is no increased speed to be found in these submarine cable systems.
Greg touched on some of the most important questions faced by corporate network managers in Asia and the Pacific. If you manage a network in Asia and the Pacific or work closely with a team there - and you have 30 minutes - this webinar is essential listening. Watch the webinar on demand now.
A colocation center is a data center that provides shared space for network storage and interconnection.
Unlike a web hosting site, a colocation facility provides storage for the customers' own equipment. The facility typically provisions power, cooling, security, and intra-site connectivity, among other offerings.
Understanding the norms, trends, and pricing of colocation centers is a must for the modern network manager. That's why today we're sharing our best and brightest colocation resources. We've got info on colocation hubs, cross-connects, costs, and more.
Network specialists herald the software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) as the most significant advancement in corporate networks in years.
Here’s why: SD-WAN dynamically routes traffic among multiple connections based on the performance of each link and the priority of applications using the network.
Connections may include relatively expensive, high-performance MPLS VPN links, lower-cost dedicated internet access, or cheaper, “best efforts” business broadband service. Accordingly, SD-WAN dynamically optimizes connectivity cost and application performance. (More on that here.)
Answer: the definition of broadband is, formally, “a high-capacity data transmission type that can handle multiple types of traffic at once.”
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