Friday, May 30, 2014

Who renders YouTube videos best, Century Link, Cox or Time Warner? Google's new tool shows you

From The Verge:
     You'll know which ISPs are faring best because they're labeled as "HD Verified." This means that customers can expect reliable streams of at least 720p; apparently setting the bar at 1080p was too great of a challenge for these companies to meet. The methodology YouTube uses to grade ISPs is here.
     Go here to compare.
     Related: 5 U.S. Internet Service Providers whose connection ports are saturated refuse to upgrade their infrastructure.

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