The internet: an open and immersive platform where you can find everything and anything, at any time. Well, that's the premise, but some countries, in fact, inhibit selected media and content - you know, for political gain or just nothing more than sheer bullying - that dictatorship thing; however, generally, it's open to all! Naturally, with impressionable children and whatnot, we need to have the ability to restrict access to certain content, which seems to be a more moderate and reasonable sense of "censorship," if you like ...

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As we start 2018, we see various states joining businesses and other stakeholders in looking to push back on the decision of the FCC's Ajit Pai to kill net neutrality. There have been countless studies showing that internet access, especially high-speed internet access, helps drive GDP growth and that the internet, by its nature, should be something that is consistent and treats all users the same without preferential treatment based on what traffic they are running or whether they pay more for that traffic ...

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The enterprise is quickly migrating from a single-cloud strategy to a multi-cloud footing as a means to cope with the increasingly heavy data loads of emerging service-based business models. It doesn't take long, however, to realize that performance of these distributed architectures is tied directly to network connectivity. Unfortunately, network solutions tend to become more expensive as demands for bandwidth and flexibility mount, putting the enterprise in a difficult position when it comes to meeting the demands of increasingly tech-savvy users at a reasonable price point ...

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2018 is shaping up to be a big year for our team. With a huge rise in dense small cell deployments and 5G applications edging ever closer, operators are now facing unprecedentedly strict requirements when it comes to ensuring the levels of precision and stability needed in their synchronization networks. That's why we're innovating to meet these major challenges head on and preparing key technology announcements for the coming months ...

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Netflix is celebrating its 20th anniversary in style - announcing a record-breaking year in which both revenues and subscribers grew substantially faster than expected, surpassing the 100 million milestone during 2017 to reach nearly 118 million subscribers. Since the launch of its streaming service - which is now celebrating its 10th anniversary - Netflix has been instrumental in the disruption of the traditional video entertainment delivery model, having a significant impact on pricing models, content distribution, devices, network architectures, net neutrality rules and perhaps most importantly the video consumption patterns of individuals ...

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