Congestion is main net neutrality issue - Vivendi CEO

Thursday 15 December 2011 | 10:45 CET | News
The main challenge ahead for Net Neutrality issues is to define how networks are able to handle the explosion of traffic on the internet and to design a framework that will create incentives for investment in networks and infrastructure, Vivendi CEO Jean-Bernard Levy told Idate for the market researcher's latest issue of Communications & Strategies. In the short term, optimizing the use of bandwidth appears increasingly essential to manage networks effectively and avoid congestion, especially during peak hours. Traffic management techniques allow a better end-user experience regarding

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