Posts Tagged ‘network management’

Net Neutrality’s Increasingly Complex Debate

Expert Opinion, Net Neutrality December 21st, 2009

The crux of the debate for those seeing paid-peering-agreements as essential to increased participation by innovative content, application, or service providers, whether they be start-ups or seasoned, seem to be an open ended interpretation which would ban prioritization. […]

Comcast Constant Guard Seeks to Inform Consumers About Virus Infections

Broadband Updates, Broadband's Impact October 11th, 2009

Comcast recently announced a new security program soon to be released to their costumers, dubbed Comcast Constant Guard. This automated message service informs the consumers if Comcast believes that their internet connection is infected by malware, specifically “bots.”

Net Neutrality Advocates: Wireless Carriers' Network Management Must be 'Reasonable'

Net Neutrality November 7th, 2008

SAN JOSE, November 7 – Emboldened by their summertime victory against Comcast, advocates of network neutrality said Thursday that the next front in battle for the principle would be against wireless carriers who make “unreasonable” network management decisions.

Aspen Dispatch: Inter-Platform Keynotes

Expert Opinion August 19th, 2008

ASPEN, COLORADO, August 19 – It’s not always cable vs telco at the Aspen Summit, but the two morning keynotes today featured leaders from Cox Communications and Verizon Communications. Both Patrick Esser and Richard Lynch spoke to the theme of the conference, unlocking innovation, and made the case for why each of their companies holds the key.

OECD Broadband Ranking System Needs Restructuring, Says Think Tank

Broadband Data July 29th, 2008

WASHINGTON, July 29 – Basing telecommunications policy around the faulty ranking system of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development would lead to an “ill-defined national broadband strategy,” officials from the Phoenix Center think tank said Monday.

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