"BANDWIDTH" content on TweakTown - Page 1
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Bandwidth Announces Executive Transition
YouTube now defaults to HTML5 instead of flash
YouTube implements HTML5 by default into their streaming service - allowing for less crashes, faster loading videos and less bandwidth used.
AT&T patents a system to limit high-bandwidth users
AT&T has recently filed for a patent that would institute a credits-based system to limit bandwidth usage.
LSI Introduces 12Gb/s SAS MegaRAID Controllers and DataBolt Expanders
LSI unleashes its 12Gb/s SAS offerings.
Intel's MXC is an optical interconnect for servers, pushes 1.6Tbps
Intel teases with MXC, which a 1.6Tbps optical interconnect for servers.
Google Hangouts gets updated, now features adjustments for bandwidth use
Google updates Hangouts with audio-only mode, bandwidth slider.
H.265 has been approved, paves the way for high-quality video that uses much less bandwidth
H.265 has been approved, get ready for high-quality video without using much bandwidth.
Samsung working on 10nm 64GB flash memory chips
Samsung moving from 20nm to 10nm flash memory quicker than expected.
Netflix accounts for 33% of peak Internet traffic in North America, people like their videos
A new report says that Netflix accounted for 33% of all Internet bandwidth during peak hours.
Samsung announces 16GB DDR4 DIMM to be released in 2014
Samsung show off a 16GB DDR4 DIMM, to hit the DIMM slots on your DDR4-based board in 2014.
Comcast ends 250GB cap, looks to switch to tiered plans with overages
Comcast has announced changes to its 250GB cap, looking to change to tiered model.
World's second largest porn site talks facts and figures, doesn't need to measure up against the rest
YouPorn, the World's second largest porn site talks numbers - some of which are very impressive.
Verizon to begin throttling top five percent of data users
A move supposedly for the greater good of data users.
Cisco and Verizon expecting holograms over IP within ten years
FiOS used in experiments to meet future bandwidth needs.
Optus quadruple broadband service speeds in major cities
Delivering up to 75Mbit/sec.