• Will the new net neutrality proposal create too much regulation?

    Does the latest net neutrality plan to ensure an open Internet create a regulatory burden on ISPs? Discuss with us during #GRCchat Feb. 19 at 12 p.m. EST.

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • WAN topology contingent on ISP resources, user needs

    When designing a WAN topology, enterprises have to carefully balance their requirements against what their service providers can offer.

    Robert Sturt160 pointsBadges:
  • Cleversafe’s dsNet helps ISPs launch DR service

    Cleversafe's dsNet is the foundation of a new kind of online disaster recovery service that its designers say will limit the impact of service provider outages.

    Beth Pariseau7,515 pointsBadges:
  • IPv4 to IPv6 conversion thwarted by ISP peering issues

    There aren't enough IPv6 users to report broken routing when ISP peering issues develop, so firms must track their website performance on their own.

    PHubbard20 pointsBadges:
  • Few ISPs offer high broadband speeds; Google’s Title II cost benefit

    In telecom news, a report found little competition among ISPs at higher broadband speeds, and Google discusses potential cost benefits with Title II reclassification.

    Katherine Finnell480 pointsBadges:
  • Aryaka offers last-mile WAN traffic management systems function

    ICYMI: Aryaka ONE offers last-mile WAN optimization service; 60 tech giants speak out against possible ISP regulation.

    Sonia Groff665 pointsBadges:
  • With expanded open Wi-Fi, are ISPs offering convenience or aiding criminals?

    News roundup: Open Wi-Fi allegedly aided a fugitive in evading authorities, highlighting Wi-Fi hotspot risks as ISPs including Comcast turn residential gateways into hotspots. Plus: Google's nogotofail tool; messaging apps fail EFF security review; new malware targets iOS.

    SharonShea215 pointsBadges:
  • The FCC net neutrality proposal: What it may mean for companies, ISPs

    #GRCchat participants discussed the FCC net neutrality proposal and what it might mean for companies, ISPs and consumers in this recap of SearchCompliance's monthly Twitter chat.

    Emily McLaughlin1,350 pointsBadges:
  • wireless ISP (wireless Internet service provider or WISP)

    A wireless Internet service provider (WISP) is an Internet service provider (ISP) that allows subscribers to connect to a server at designated hot spots (access points) using a wireless connection such as Wi-Fi.

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • How do large ISPs determine what they will charge for peering?

    How does a large ISP charge a smaller ISP for peering? Is it based on bandwidth or simply a flat fee? If it's based on bandwidth, what do they use to keep track of specifics? And if it's flat, how do they monitor/prevent abuse?

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:

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