Monthly Archives: July 2018

Data is everywhere and we are creating more and more every second. The graphic below illustrates the data explosion. Ninety percent of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone. Our current output of data is roughly 1,572,877 GB. As the world steadily becomes more connected with an ever-increasing number […]

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Now that the Internet can easily be accessed worldwide, the data transmitted online each second is overwhelming; this infographic shows the activity taking place on various platforms such as Facebook or Google in each 60 second span. People are viewing multiple screens and toggling social platforms at lightning speed. Is your network ready to handle […]

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QoS controls and manages network resources by setting priorities for specific types of data on the network. Providing Quality of service is one of the main indicators of an Internet service provider. QoS prioritizes and differentiates traffic and ensures to allow even traffic. This guarantees the quality and rate of access to the internet, and […]

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This infographic shows a generic guideline which provides you with a rough gauge of what you can do with 100MB data. The Internet works by transferring data packets from one computer to another. The term 100MB refers to the amount of information a Web server sends to another Web server or to your browser. With plans today […]

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This infographic shows the connected life by 2020, growth comes on the back of increasing adoption of the internet of things (IoT) by Internet consumers owing to increase internet penetration. The thing about technology is that it is always evolving, and nothing evolves as fast as the Internet. Today, the internet landscape is not just […]

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This infographic shows what people access on the Internet. Easier access to computers, the modernization of countries around the world and an increased utilization of Smartphone’s has given people the opportunity to use the internet more frequently and with more convenience. Did you know that majority of this content is actually delivered from peering without […]

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Internet speed depends on how much data the infrastructure can handle! Fiber optic Internet sends data faster than basic cable…. It is immune to many of the conditions that cable Internet is susceptible to. Fiber optic Internet is less likely to go down during a power outage. Fiber optic cables have a much greater bandwidth than metal cables. The amount of information that can be transmitted […]

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Net neutrality should be free to access all content and applications equally, regardless of the source, without Internet Service Providers discriminating against specific online services or websites. In other words, it is the principle that the company that connects you to the internet does not get to control what you do on the internet. Is your […]

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