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Bandwidth Management, Bandwidth Optimization, Bufferbloat

Is Gigabit Residential Internet a Reality?

At least one ISP is marketing gigabit speed to the home. Or are they? In the past, ISPs have always speed controlled the WAN link to the customer. This gave them the ability to charge higher rates for more speed and capacity. But a move to offering baseline gigabit speed would appear to upset that

Adding More Bandwidth, Bandwidth Management, Network Management, Network Performance

Key Differences Between General Network Equipment and a Network Performance Platform

A great deal of thought goes into improved internet performance, especially as hotel guests or college students start to complain about it. As you begin to research solutions, you may find yourself wondering what are the key differences between general network equipment such as routers, switches, and access points, and a network performance platform. At

Bandwidth Management, Hospitality Technology

How to boost GSS scores by over 25%

Customer service in the hospitality industry is everything. It’s critical for both new and repeat business, so it’s necessary to do everything possible to ensure a positive experience for each guest while on-site. But there’s only so much a General Manager (GM) or management group can control. For example, price is driven by the market

Bandwidth Management, Bittorrent, Hospitality Technology, Network Management, Network Performance

BitTorrent and Its Impact on Network Performance

Bit Torrent is a Peer-to-Peer (P2P) transfer protocol that allows for multiple source locations on an Internet to offer parts or pieces of an overall file download – all aimed at a single destination. It is multiple source, single destination by design. The following link is a good explanation of how the Bit Torrent Protocol