Thursday, April 30, 2020

Why didn’t COVID-19 break the internet?

Just a few months into its fifty-first year, the internet has proven its flexibility and survivability. 

In the face of a rapid world-wide traffic explosion from private, public and government entities requiring employees to work from home to help curb the spread of the coronavirus, some experts were concerned the bandwidth onslaught might bring the internet to its knees. All indications are that while there have been hot spots, the internet infrastructure has held its own so far – a silver lining of sorts in dreadful situation.

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Thanks to Michael Cooney (see source)

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