Monthly Archives: March 2018

Latency is an element which tells about the internet speed. A low latency results in small delays and enhances the application performance and high latency makes long delays. Increasing bandwidth had little impact on application performance. For applications that use multiple connections to transfer small amounts of data, reducing latency will have a much more […]

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The Internet is a behemoth that just continues getting bigger and bigger consistently, and there is at present no indication of the rise in IP traffic slowing down anytime soon. Bandwidth utilization is expanding on a yearly premise instead of achieving a level, so it is intriguing to investigate how much transfer speed is right […]

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Did you know that 31% of rural Indians have not even heard about the Internet. On the other hand, India has crossed 100 Million internet user landmark and the average Indian internet users spends about 26 minutes on internet every day. Even though majority of Indians are not online, still India is one of the […]

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This infographic shows the Internet users in different countries worldwide. India has the third highest number of Internet users after China and U.S. Is your network ready to serve more customers with increasing bandwidth capacity? Jaze ISP Manager enables ISPs to scale out to handle increasing subscribers bases and bandwidth in a single deployment. Click here to […]

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The world has almost run out of IPv4 addresses.  India’s last IPv4 block is getting exhausted. Are you ready to make the transition to IPv6? Jaze ISP Manager is IPv6-ready to help you roll out IPv6 services on your network. Click here to know more

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In order to connect to the Internet more than half a million miles of cable has been laid throughout the world’s oceans. These cables are massive, and they’re responsible for international data transmissions .These cables have fiber optics inside that are responsible for transmitting actual data. India has two international cables connected the subcontinent: One […]

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