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Google launches online broadband testing site

M-Lab offers traffic diagnostics

| Posted: Jan 29, 2009 11:19 am

With the assistance of two non-profit partners, Google has just launched a new website which offers a bunch of online diagnostics tools to allow people to test their internet connections and reveal possible interference and traffic management by service providers.

 

Google launches online broadband testing site

 

M-Lab is only at the beginning of its development. Today, three tools will be available, running on three servers at one location, and they will only be able to support a limited number of simultaneous users. A total of 36 servers will be deployed across 12 locations early in 2009.

 

In order to achieve its goals, M-Lab depends on the active support of additional companies, institutions and researchers, and we welcome input from anyone interested in helping the platform flourish. As more researchers, institutions and companies participate, M-Lab will able to support a wider variety of tools.

 

You can read up on some more info about the site here and try it out for yourself here.

 

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