The global policy movement to improve connectivity and close the digital divide has spawned reports on international markets for data and their associated policies. The papers present sometimes confusing terminology: usage, transit, peering, and interconnection. Each term
WASHINGTON, August, 24, 2022 – Companies should assume that new programs installed on company systems pose a threat to their networks to ensure a vigilant position on hacking risks, according to an expert on cybersecurity, after the country faced a number of high-profile cyberattacks recently.
The zero trust approach in
Construction has started of a citywide high-speed internet network in Kenosha aimed at offering residents and businesses an alternative to the existing service providers.
The privately-funded $100 million project is expected to be completed in 2025 according to its developer, New Jersey-based SiFi Networks.
As the service is turned on
Imagine purchasing “up to” a gallon of milk for US$4.50, or paying for “up to” a full tank of gas. Most people would view such transactions as absurd. And yet, in the realm of broadband service, the use of “up to” speeds has become standard business practice.
Unlike other advertisements
The internet is, as its name suggests, a complex “network of networks.” And sending an email or accessing a webpage requires data to transit multiple networks, owned and operated by different internet service providers (ISPs). Policymakers working to improve the availability and affordability of high-speed internet service, or broadband, need
Howard University is partnering with Samsung Electronics America and Amdocs to pilot 5G broadband wireless internet access on campus, a program that delivers faster and more secure campus-wide connectivity for students, faculty, and staff.
Currently being piloted at College Hall North and South, the network provides a private CBRS network