Monthly Archives: April 2018

New fiber optic network lines transfer data at 100 gigabits per second, equivalent of downloading 6,000 high-definition movies simultaneously. Very soon Gigabit Internet will become the norm and we are already starting to see broadband ISPs offering Gigabit broadband. Jaze ISP Manager integrates with NAS routers from Cisco, Juniper, Huawei, etc to deliver Gigabit broadband […]

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Internet Exchange Points(IXP) help you connect to the core of the Internet and reduce your Transit ISP costs. They help provide lower latency and connect content providers cost effectively with subscribers. IXPs provide a common place for ISPs to exchange their Internet traffic between autonomous network systems. The exchange points are often established in the […]

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Internet speeds have with increasing rapidly with the lower costs of Internet transit and peering options available. Internet speeds have increased at 10x rates from 10Mbps being a standard about 5 years ago to 100 Mbps and even 1 Gbps. With the onset of fiber technologies like GPON and metro ethernet and 10G connectivity for […]

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The non-scalable CGNAT options have run out of steam and ISPs are today forced to adopt IPv6 and enter into the next generation of IP services on their networks. Whether it is through dual stack or tunneling or translation technologies, Indian ISPs are looking forward to adopt this new technology alongside existing IPv4. Jaze ISP […]

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India has the dubious distinction of having the highest number of Internet shutdowns in 2012-17. This could be due to government policies or DoT declarations or even outages due to disruptions in under-sea fiber connectivity. Internet shutdowns are unnecessary and disrupt communication and business. From the infographic you can see that places with higher political […]

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Even though Mobile Internet and 4G happens to grow at a tremendous rate there has been a simultaneous rise in fixed internet services such as broadband on FTTH and DSL. This infographic shows increasing in the broadband subscribers per access network. The results of the ANACOM¬†research says Optical fibre(FTTH/B) overtook cable modem to become the […]

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