Monthly Archives: June 2018

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India has already become the second highest country in terms of Internet users. This is expected to grow rapidly to 650 million mobile internet users by 2020. At the same time, data consumption by 2020 could potentially increase 10-14 time. This can prove to be a huge boost for the Internet economy. Data consumption is set […]

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These days, there is lots of talk about Internet speed, and there is considerable interest in building faster networks. Over the next few years, technologies like DSL Bonding and Vectoring and Fiber to the Home can be expected to open up options for faster and faster connections, leaving you with a decision to make – […]

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Service Providers need to have a robust backbone which keeps provide quality services to their subscribers. Managing redundancy and failover automatically when the core network changes due to fiber cuts or network upgrades plays a critical role in managing business success and customer satisfaction. MPLS is a technology which plays a key role by providing […]

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There may be many factors which are affecting the quality of your broadband. Like the distance from the router to your device. Broadband capacity is affected by the number of people online at the same time. The age of your modem and wiring issues may also affect the performance of the broadband. Technology used like […]

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India’s current Internet user base is at 205 million next to the China and followed by U.S. The user base has been increasing rapidly in the past three years thanks to lower mobile data prices and Internet penetration in remote areas. Is your network enabled to handle a growing subscriber base with increasing bandwidth requirements? […]

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Internet exchange points is an integral part of the physical structure of Internet. It allows the Internet specifically to Internet Service Providers to exchange traffic across their networks. Transferring data long distance may be expensive for ISPs without access to an IXP. Internet exchange points are useful to ISPs for increasing the bandwidth, lowers the […]

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