In context: With internet usage peaking during the current pandemic crisis, companies with large bandwidth requirements are beginning to cut back on their network speeds. Video streaming services were the first place restrictions by limiting HD resolutions. Sony has joined the effort by limiting download speeds for games sold on its digital storefront. Update (03/27/20): It probably comes as no surprise that Sony is expanding its efforts to minimize bandwidth by slowing or delaying downloads on PSN. In an update to its original blog post regarding the European initiative, the company said it would "take similar measures" in the US and thanked the community for its patience in the matter. … [Read more...] about Sony throttles PlayStation Store download speeds in Europe (updated)
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However, the high cost of developing 5G technology and intense competition in the sector has resulted in the firm cutting its financial outlooks and pausing dividends in recent times. This has led to speculation that Nokia was exploring a merger or possible sale of assets, while reports have suggested the company was preparing to guard itself against any hostile takeover attempt. … [Read more...] about Nokia claims 5G world speed record
The merits of testing do not change in low-code development, but the rigorousness may. The layers of abstraction in low-code development create a somewhat uncharted gray area -- how much traditional testing is still relevant when bundles of code come in precreated components? In cases of customization, how much custom code can be tested in the native low-code platform, and how onerous is it to integrate with existing continuous integration/continuous deployment tools? These and other testing-related challenges come to light as we work with clients on low-code deployments, and we are exploring the best practices for testing low-code applications in forthcoming research. … [Read more...] about The promising case of low-code testing
Light can widen the pipe at the “last mile”The “last mile” of connection is the most challenging for broadband providers and is often seen as the bottleneck in providing faster internet speeds for the home and office. Taking advantage of other technologies such as 5G are seen as the next solution to help improve reliable “last mile” communications. Ovum issued a report in 2018 claiming that large-scale 5G deployments would support reliable average speeds of 80–100Mbps to the home. … [Read more...] about How can light supercharge the future of data?
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