As soon as we accept the fact that network neutrality is essential for the well-being of the Internet, the better off we’re all going to be.
Guest Post: Researchers have analysed the impact of jitter on game-play flows.
Network and service operators, regulators, researchers and academics recently gathered to discuss the economics of the Internet, including the implications of a post-net neutrality network.
In light of recent network neutrality discussions playing out in the United States, Geoff Huston seeks to trace the issue back to its origins.
Today’s Internet is not truly an “open” Internet. It could be, but to get there it’s not just going to happen by itself.