• Do you need high speed bandwidth for Gaming? Network Myths #2

    Will paying for high speed Internet improve your online gaming experience? Watch this video to find out. First video: Why speedtest ping is irrelevant to gaming (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4MK2G8E-Ztc) Coming soon: Lag Compensation http://www.netduma.com http://www.twitter.com/netduma http://www.facebook.com/netduma

    published: 03 Jun 2016
  • Understanding Internet Speeds

    In this video for new internet users we review words and terms used when talking about the internet and internet speed. We also explain why your internet may not be as fast as you think it should be.

    published: 24 Apr 2013
  • PS4s Slow Network Speeds (And How To Make The Best Of It)

    The Playstation 4 has a software data cap, meaning the network speeds are capped at around 50 Mbps. Why is this? Is there anything we can do to fix it? Or at least make things better? PS4 Data Cap http://community.us.playstation.com/t5/PlayStation-General/Here-s-the-real-reason-the-PS4-connection-speeds-are-slow-And-it/td-p/43853818 Sony Acknowledging Network Slowdown (possibly data cap related) http://www.gamespot.com/articles/sony-investigating-slow-ps4-download-speeds/1100-6428457/ New Videos Every Monday, Wednesday & Friday! Live streams Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9PM EST Wulff Den T-Shirt Store: http://shrsl.com/?~8fv7 BustedTees: http://shrsl.com/?~9546 Twitter [Bob]: http://twitter.com/bobwulff Twitter [WulffDen]: http://twitter.com/thewulffden Instagram: http://instagram.com/th...

    published: 24 Aug 2015
  • Bandwidth vs. Throughput

    Educational video describing the differences between Bandwidth and Throughput. Very good information to anyone learning networking.

    published: 19 Jan 2007
  • How To Increase Internet Speed | 500 MB/s Internet Speed Hack [Trick] | Buffer free Connection | Jio

    "Now never waste another moment buffering HD videos even if you have an average internet connection" :) ➢Here's a great tutorial on how to increase your internet speed and even watch 4k videos without buffering for free. ➢No software required and no coding required. Just a minute of work and you're already enjoying your internet speed at 500 to 800 Megabytes Per Second. ➢Sit back, relax, enjoy the video and leave a like :) also subscriiiibe if you're new to the channel and it's free too :D ■■■ Website Link ■■■ ➢http://adf.ly/1eC5CT Or ➢https://adf.ly/1eC5CT Or (Indian Users) ➢http://ay.gy/1eC5CT Check Your Internet Speed Here : ➢http://adf.ly/1eCKfv Or ➢https://adf.ly/1eCKfv Or (indian users) ➢http://ay.gy/1eCKfv ■Credits : Rushi Raval [steam id : HeaDLineR] for providing this awesom...

    published: 22 Sep 2016
  • Oscilloscope Bandwidth and Sample Rate Tutorial - The 2-Minute Guru - s1e7

    Learn about bandwidth and sample rate on your oscilloscope! Click to subscribe! ► http://bit.ly/Scopes_Sub (New videos every Tuesday!) Twitter: @Keysight_Daniel https://twitter.com/Keysight_Daniel Learn more about using oscilloscopes: http://oscilloscopelearningcenter.com Check out our blog: http://keysightoscilloscopeblog.com Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/keysightscopes/ The digital storage oscilloscope we used: https://keysight.com/find/4000x I use this scope because the big screen is useful for teaching. For beginners, I recommend the InfiniiVision 2000 X-Series or 3000T! All of them have the built in multimeter, function generator (WaveGen), and more! Keysight's Daniel Bogdanoff teaches about oscilloscope bandwidth and sample rate in the seventh episode of T...

    published: 10 May 2016
  • How Fast Internet do you Need? - ThioJoeTech

    Join the conversation! ▼ Twitter ▻ https://twitter.com/ThioJoe Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/ThioJoeTV Instagram ▻ http://instagram.com/ThioJoe Website ▻ http://www.thiojoe.com =====My Other Channels===== Comedy ▻ http://youtube.com/ThioJoe Gaming ▻ http://youtube.com/CacheGaming Extra ▻ http://youtube.com/channel/UCmxp6LjQ5LHssP4iO17mm6Q Get cool merchandise: https://thiojoe.spreadshirt.com/ Support me on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/thiojoe ---------------------------------------------------------

    published: 18 Dec 2014
  • Bandwidth for Live Streaming - VLOG #029

    VLOG #029- Available bandwidth can make or break your next live event. Years ago back in the time of SD (320x240) you could use flash to encode and stream at roughly 500 Kbps (That’s half a MBit). If you are just starting to learn about bandwidth and video storage (MegaBytes are used for files saved to a hard drive MegaBits are used for streaming data on the internet). In my opinion streaming in SD is not acceptable and we have to understand the bandwidth needed to stream in high definition. The minimum you want to live stream an event in would be 1280x720 which is technically considered High Definition. So before we talk about adaptive bit-rate distribution and bandwidth calculations let’s answer an important question. Should you be streaming in 720p or 1080p? 720 vs 1080 First of all l...

    published: 19 Sep 2016
  • Top 5 Fastest Internet in the World!

    *WATCH THIS - Top 5 Weirdest Phones - http://vid.io/xqXe Looking for the fastest internet in the world? Subscribe for MORE TOP 5 - http://youtube.com/moretop5 Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_Internet_connection_speeds Follow More Top 5 on Twitter http://twitter.com/moretop5

    published: 24 Apr 2015
  • How Much Data Does Netflix and Youtube Use? illumin8 Solution

    How much data does Netflix and YouTube Use? You may be asking how data does Netflix and Youtube actually use? To answer that question lets look at the bigger picture. Netflix and YouTube take up over 51% of all Internet traffic in North America. Netflix is responsible for 32% of Internet traffic while YouTube accounts for 19%. Wow that’s a lot of data. It’s no wonder why Smart Video viewing has become so popular these days. As smart phones screens have gotten bigger and become better quality were watching more and more video. Cell phone carriers have taken notice though… and are now setting data plan limits. Even cable providers like Comcast have restructured to tiered data plans, which was the result of the Net Neutrality debate. It’s truly no shock this is happening when we ...

    published: 01 Dec 2014
  • What is Bandwidth - Bandwidth Test

    Get Unlimited Bandwidth for your website :- http://www.ipage.com/join/index.bml?AffID=650324 On http://www.hostinghosted.com/ learn everything about What is Bandwidth. Also learn difference between Bandwidth & Diskspace and Bandwidth Test In simple Disk space is an allocated amount of space on the hosting server. It's the space given by web hosting provider for you to store your website pages. Just think about disk space as a small hard drive for you on which you store data related to your website. Disk space is usually calculated in bytes, as the disk space on your computer at home. 1 Gigabyte (GB) = 1.000 Megabytes (MB) = 1.000.000 Kilobytes (KB). For example, this website occupies 7-8 MB of disk space. A webpage with medium graphics occupies on average 70-80 KB. Now lets have a Bandwi...

    published: 03 Oct 2012
  • What is Bandwidth and Data Rate in Computer Network and factors that affect the Bandwidth and Data R

    What is Bandwidth and Data Rate in Computer Network and factors that affect the Bandwidth and Data Rate

    published: 20 Apr 2015
  • Basics of network bandwidth, latency, and jitter

    I'm certainly no Salman Khan of the Khan Academy, but I've been doing my little animated presentations for some time and Khan has giving me some inspiration to use YouTube to keep trying the video form factor. I was asked to explain the concept of network latency to someone who found this article on Wall Street's speed wars fascinating using something other than geek talk, so I created this tutorial explaining what is bandwidth, latency, and jitter. The following is a short 7 minute video I posted on YouTube. As always, feedback and comments are welcome. Sorry about three places towards the end where audio was recorded too loudly and clipped. The recording software didn't filter out the clipping and these are some of the minor issues I need to hammer out next time. Also note that...

    published: 29 Sep 2010
  • Web Hosting Tutorials - What is disk Space? How much bandwidth do I need for my Website

    Web hosting Tutorials. What is disk Space? and How much bandwidth do I need for my website. Visit our web: http://internetmarketingexpert.info/ ************************************ More Video: http://youtu.be/GDT0wGKddkI **Click Below to SUBSCRIBE for More Videos:: https://www.youtube.com/user/myinternettools Share the video: http://youtu.be/iuTwdTNv5MM Video Recommended: http://youtu.be/8F8tD7VPLOY ************************************* Disk space. Disk space, is your allocated amount of space on the hosting server. In case of shared hosting, you have a set amount, in case of collocated or dedicated hosting; you are limited by the size of your installed hard drives. Web pages are usually very small, so you can store a lot of web pages in a small amount of disk space. You should not wo...

    published: 18 Jan 2014
  • Demystifying 5G – 2 GHz modulation bandwidth for 5G signal generation

    Enhanced mobile broadband is a major topic in the ongoing 5G discussions, with peak data rates in the Gbit/s range and average user data rates of 100 Mbit/s. To achieve these data rates wider signal bandwidths of 500 MHz, 1 GHz and even up to 2 GHz are considered, only available at higher frequencies sub 6 GHz and beyond. To enable the industry to study wider bandwidths at higher frequencies, Rohde & Schwarz implemented a unique 2 GHz modulation bandwidth in the R&S®SMW200A vector signal generator enabling 5G signal evaluation up to 40 GHz carrier frequency. The demystifying 5G video series discusses main topics related to 5G including requirements, timeline, potential frequency and waveform candidates. More: https://www.rohde-schwarz.com/5G

    published: 23 Mar 2016
  • See how Axis’ Zipstream technology can save bandwidth by upto 50%

    Axis’ Zipstream technology was developed specifically for video surveillance and can lower bandwidth and storage requirements by an average of 50% or more. It’s fully compatible with H.264 compression and third-party video management software. The enhanced version of Zipstream automatically adapts to PTZ camera movements in real-time, offering even further storage and bandwidth savings and eliminating bitrate peaks. Axis’ Zipstream technology analyzes and optimizes the network camera’s video stream in real time. Scenes containing interesting details are recorded in full image quality and resolution while other areas are filtered out, to optimally use available bandwidth and storage. Customers can use Axis’ Zipstream technology alongside other Axis network camera technologies such as ...

    published: 07 Apr 2016
Do you need  high speed bandwidth for Gaming? Network Myths #2

Do you need high speed bandwidth for Gaming? Network Myths #2

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Will paying for high speed Internet improve your online gaming experience? Watch this video to find out. First video: Why speedtest ping is irrelevant to gaming (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4MK2G8E-Ztc) Coming soon: Lag Compensation http://www.netduma.com http://www.twitter.com/netduma http://www.facebook.com/netduma
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Understanding Internet Speeds

Understanding Internet Speeds

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In this video for new internet users we review words and terms used when talking about the internet and internet speed. We also explain why your internet may not be as fast as you think it should be.
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PS4s Slow Network Speeds (And How To Make The Best Of It)

PS4s Slow Network Speeds (And How To Make The Best Of It)

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The Playstation 4 has a software data cap, meaning the network speeds are capped at around 50 Mbps. Why is this? Is there anything we can do to fix it? Or at least make things better? PS4 Data Cap http://community.us.playstation.com/t5/PlayStation-General/Here-s-the-real-reason-the-PS4-connection-speeds-are-slow-And-it/td-p/43853818 Sony Acknowledging Network Slowdown (possibly data cap related) http://www.gamespot.com/articles/sony-investigating-slow-ps4-download-speeds/1100-6428457/ New Videos Every Monday, Wednesday & Friday! Live streams Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9PM EST Wulff Den T-Shirt Store: http://shrsl.com/?~8fv7 BustedTees: http://shrsl.com/?~9546 Twitter [Bob]: http://twitter.com/bobwulff Twitter [WulffDen]: http://twitter.com/thewulffden Instagram: http://instagram.com/thewulffden Facebook: http://facebook.com/wulffden Narrative Games: https://youtu.be/4YT2YsZPgk8?list=PLc3r8OvpITM7g8LLYnufVYlSaDg54fRgO Fantastic Four - What Happened?: https://youtu.be/p7goK0DlY7Y?list=PLc3r8OvpITM5eMn-_94M4Ipzx4xpiVgPl SUBSCRIBE TO US: http://www.youtube.com/user/WulffDen?sub_confirmation=1
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Bandwidth vs. Throughput

Bandwidth vs. Throughput

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Educational video describing the differences between Bandwidth and Throughput. Very good information to anyone learning networking.
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How To Increase Internet Speed | 500 MB/s Internet Speed Hack [Trick] | Buffer free Connection | Jio

How To Increase Internet Speed | 500 MB/s Internet Speed Hack [Trick] | Buffer free Connection | Jio

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"Now never waste another moment buffering HD videos even if you have an average internet connection" :) ➢Here's a great tutorial on how to increase your internet speed and even watch 4k videos without buffering for free. ➢No software required and no coding required. Just a minute of work and you're already enjoying your internet speed at 500 to 800 Megabytes Per Second. ➢Sit back, relax, enjoy the video and leave a like :) also subscriiiibe if you're new to the channel and it's free too :D ■■■ Website Link ■■■ ➢http://adf.ly/1eC5CT Or ➢https://adf.ly/1eC5CT Or (Indian Users) ➢http://ay.gy/1eC5CT Check Your Internet Speed Here : ➢http://adf.ly/1eCKfv Or ➢https://adf.ly/1eCKfv Or (indian users) ➢http://ay.gy/1eCKfv ■Credits : Rushi Raval [steam id : HeaDLineR] for providing this awesome trick. ■Thank You.!! A Like would be appreciated :) Also, Don't forget to smash the "Like" button, and make sure to subscribe to join the BapaoGiri for more ➢Gameplays/hacks/Tutorials/Vlogs and other funny stuff. ;) ■Follow on other social networks : ➢Facebook : http://bit.ly/24HQz6J ➢Snapchat : akashmane15 | Desaiabhiii ➢Instagram : http://bit.ly/230DRkc | akashmane15 ➢Twitter : http://bit.ly/1PluNyF | akashmane15 ➢Skype : akashmane15 ■■■ Random Tags [Ignore] : how-to, make internet faster, increase internet speed, faster torrents, download, upload, megabits, comcast, verizon, isp, intrenet, Uploading And Downloading, Internet Service Provider, increase download speed, internet speed, internet, faster internet, increase your internet speed, speed up internet, internet connection, sharmaji technical, carryminati, tech hack, thio joe, joe thio, hack wifi, triple internet speed, tutorial, bapao, bapaogiri, mega bytes, megabyte, boost internet speed, how to, 500 mbps, jio, increase jio speed, jiofy, speed test, wifi, increase wifi speed, wifi speed hack, internet speed hack, fix slow internet,
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Oscilloscope Bandwidth and Sample Rate Tutorial - The 2-Minute Guru - s1e7

Oscilloscope Bandwidth and Sample Rate Tutorial - The 2-Minute Guru - s1e7

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Learn about bandwidth and sample rate on your oscilloscope! Click to subscribe! ► http://bit.ly/Scopes_Sub (New videos every Tuesday!) Twitter: @Keysight_Daniel https://twitter.com/Keysight_Daniel Learn more about using oscilloscopes: http://oscilloscopelearningcenter.com Check out our blog: http://keysightoscilloscopeblog.com Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/keysightscopes/ The digital storage oscilloscope we used: https://keysight.com/find/4000x I use this scope because the big screen is useful for teaching. For beginners, I recommend the InfiniiVision 2000 X-Series or 3000T! All of them have the built in multimeter, function generator (WaveGen), and more! Keysight's Daniel Bogdanoff teaches about oscilloscope bandwidth and sample rate in the seventh episode of The 2-Minute Guru. The 2-Minute Guru is dedicated to teaching the basics of electrical engineering concepts and equipment. 2-Minute Guru playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzHyxysSubUkc5nurngzgkd2ZxJsHdJAb
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How Fast Internet do you Need? - ThioJoeTech

How Fast Internet do you Need? - ThioJoeTech

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Join the conversation! ▼ Twitter ▻ https://twitter.com/ThioJoe Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/ThioJoeTV Instagram ▻ http://instagram.com/ThioJoe Website ▻ http://www.thiojoe.com =====My Other Channels===== Comedy ▻ http://youtube.com/ThioJoe Gaming ▻ http://youtube.com/CacheGaming Extra ▻ http://youtube.com/channel/UCmxp6LjQ5LHssP4iO17mm6Q Get cool merchandise: https://thiojoe.spreadshirt.com/ Support me on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/thiojoe ---------------------------------------------------------
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Bandwidth for Live Streaming - VLOG #029

Bandwidth for Live Streaming - VLOG #029

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VLOG #029- Available bandwidth can make or break your next live event. Years ago back in the time of SD (320x240) you could use flash to encode and stream at roughly 500 Kbps (That’s half a MBit). If you are just starting to learn about bandwidth and video storage (MegaBytes are used for files saved to a hard drive MegaBits are used for streaming data on the internet). In my opinion streaming in SD is not acceptable and we have to understand the bandwidth needed to stream in high definition. The minimum you want to live stream an event in would be 1280x720 which is technically considered High Definition. So before we talk about adaptive bit-rate distribution and bandwidth calculations let’s answer an important question. Should you be streaming in 720p or 1080p? 720 vs 1080 First of all let’s look at the quality of this video clip in 720p. Then let’s look at it in 1080p. The quality is better but only if you are watching it on 1080p display. If your viewers are using mobile devices it may not matter but most new mobile devices are capable of viewing content in at least 1080p quality. So the debate about 720p vs 1080p has been going on for quite a long time. I like to stream in 1080p because it give my audience the choice to view the stream quality in 1080p or scale down to lower qualities. I also like 1080p for cataloging and archiving our videos in a quality that takes full advantage High Definition displays. Adaptive Bit Rates Today most CDNs are providing something called adaptive bit-rate streaming which essentially takes the best quality stream you send and breaks it down into smaller resolutions for viewers. CDNs such as YouTube and Facebook will use Adaptive Bitrate Streaming to optimize the video quality your viewers receive based on their available bandwidth. This further supports the need to stream in the highest quality possible to allow the CDN to make the best choices for your viewers. Some CDN’s also call this process “Live Cloud Encoding”. Calculating Bandwidth First of all most CDNs recommend having an additional 30% of available bandwidth to sustain solid transfer throughout your event. So if your stream will require 3-6 Mbps in 1080p you should plan to have 8-10 Mbps of outbound bandwidth available. So how can you calculate your available bandwidth? I found that the most popular tools on the Internet such as SpeedTest.net and ookla are presenting the best possible scenario for available bandwidth. This is because these tools were originally designed for lobbying and helping to report bandwidth access for remote areas. For example if I run speedtest.net I get 67 Mbps Download and 82 Mbps Upload. This report would give me a false sense of speed because it is reporting best case scenarios for an average user in my local area and does not take into consideration the bandwidth that is currently being used on my network. So PTZOPTICS has actually created our own tool that reaches out to a server hosted by GoDaddy in Scottsdale, Arizona. This software is actually available for download if you are interested in putting it on your own server for testing. When I run this test I get 11 Mbps download and 6 Mbps upload. This is most likely a worst case scenario, but allows us to accurate prepare for the worst. Your actual speeds will most likely be somewhere in between both tests if you are streaming to a server located in the United States. Final Thoughts It’s becoming more commonplace to see some type of video conference being used as a way to connect multiple locations in a video conference. Your video conference will add additional need for bandwidth and processing power on your computer. We have put together a best practice checklist for to help improve your experience available for download at http://ptzoptics.com/landing/bandwidth-checklist.html. This checklist includes helpful tips for both organizers and participants of your video conference and live stream. Feel free to download our checklist and let us know in the comments below if you think something should be added! Free Bandwidth Checklist: http://ptzoptics.com/landing/bandwidth-checklist.html Free Bandwidth Testing Tool: http://speed.ptzoptics.com Watch our Latest Friday Live Stream: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyY0t7zWqRQoTds87rRKXlBAePHVfOD23 View Upcoming Live Webinars: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa-H8O_q6M6P9XkgLmzxxDw/videos?shelf_id=1&live_view=502&sort=dd&view=2 Watch our Latest Company VLOG: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyY0t7zWqRQoJXccjLRlCVIvGQ_CbiR95 Music Credit VLOG: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8E1jS_fkjM8
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Top 5 Fastest Internet in the World!

Top 5 Fastest Internet in the World!

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*WATCH THIS - Top 5 Weirdest Phones - http://vid.io/xqXe Looking for the fastest internet in the world? Subscribe for MORE TOP 5 - http://youtube.com/moretop5 Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_Internet_connection_speeds Follow More Top 5 on Twitter http://twitter.com/moretop5
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How Much Data Does Netflix and Youtube Use?  illumin8 Solution

How Much Data Does Netflix and Youtube Use? illumin8 Solution

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How much data does Netflix and YouTube Use? You may be asking how data does Netflix and Youtube actually use? To answer that question lets look at the bigger picture. Netflix and YouTube take up over 51% of all Internet traffic in North America. Netflix is responsible for 32% of Internet traffic while YouTube accounts for 19%. Wow that’s a lot of data. It’s no wonder why Smart Video viewing has become so popular these days. As smart phones screens have gotten bigger and become better quality were watching more and more video. Cell phone carriers have taken notice though… and are now setting data plan limits. Even cable providers like Comcast have restructured to tiered data plans, which was the result of the Net Neutrality debate. It’s truly no shock this is happening when we realize how much streaming video consumers are using today. The shift to tiered plans and data plan limits is because of the burden on Internet providers from sending all the large video files over the Internet; which is clogging the pipes with all the bandwidth were using. Companies like Netflix are being greatly impacted since they have outgrown their allotted bandwidth. Internet Service Providers are now throttling Netflix Internet traffic. So, lets look at scenarios of actual data usage for YouTube and Netflix YouTube data usage depends on several factors such as quality and length so it’s only possible to provide a rough estimate A 720p HD video would be 15MB/minute. On average a 5 min 720p video can consume about 75 MB of data. If you are watching a 1080p HD movie, that's about 34MB/minute so a 5 min 1080HD video can consume about 170MB or more of data. Think about it this way on a mobile phone 3hrs of YouTube 720p watching would eat up an entire 3GB monthly data plan. According to Netflix here is the amount of data you will use per hour: • 0.7 GB per hour for SD (Standard Definition) • 3 GB per hour for HD (High Definition) • 7 GB per hour for UHD (Ultra High Definition also known as 4K) So, if you upgrade to a 4K TV and attempt to use Netflix to stream a 4K movie or TV show you will definitely hit a data cap extremely fast. Currently the only option to save data has been to adjust the quality setting we watch our videos at or cut down the amount of video we stream. But…not for long our company mindaptiv is about to release revolutionary software called illumin8, that when adopted by companies like Netflix and others will be able to save them from sending so much data. The illumin8 app will do this by sending smaller files while still providing the highest quality user experience your viewing device can handle without compressing the video. The illumin8 app will also be available for download to help you save on your data plan when sharing, uploading, or downloading pictures and video over social networks and media messaging. This technology could be the greatest invention of technology that could impact our lives similar to the inventions of the Light Bulb, Radio, Telephone, TV or the Computer. Visit our website to learn more about illumin8 technology: http://mindaptiv.com
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What is Bandwidth - Bandwidth Test

What is Bandwidth - Bandwidth Test

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Get Unlimited Bandwidth for your website :- http://www.ipage.com/join/index.bml?AffID=650324 On http://www.hostinghosted.com/ learn everything about What is Bandwidth. Also learn difference between Bandwidth & Diskspace and Bandwidth Test In simple Disk space is an allocated amount of space on the hosting server. It's the space given by web hosting provider for you to store your website pages. Just think about disk space as a small hard drive for you on which you store data related to your website. Disk space is usually calculated in bytes, as the disk space on your computer at home. 1 Gigabyte (GB) = 1.000 Megabytes (MB) = 1.000.000 Kilobytes (KB). For example, this website occupies 7-8 MB of disk space. A webpage with medium graphics occupies on average 70-80 KB. Now lets have a Bandwidth Test - What is Bandwidth - Bandwidth is the amount of data that visitors can download from your site. The larger the website you have the larger the bandwidth it requires. At the low end, Free web plans may offer you 1GB bandwidth whereas at High end, web hosting providers may offer you Unlimited bandwidth. On http://www.hostinghosted.com/ lot of web hosting providers offer you Unlimited Bandwidth and Diskspace. Find Unlimited Bandwidth and Diskspace with top of the shelf web hosting providers on http://www.hostinghosted.com/
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What is Bandwidth and Data Rate in Computer Network and factors that affect the Bandwidth and Data R

What is Bandwidth and Data Rate in Computer Network and factors that affect the Bandwidth and Data R

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What is Bandwidth and Data Rate in Computer Network and factors that affect the Bandwidth and Data Rate
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Basics of network bandwidth, latency, and jitter

Basics of network bandwidth, latency, and jitter

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I'm certainly no Salman Khan of the Khan Academy, but I've been doing my little animated presentations for some time and Khan has giving me some inspiration to use YouTube to keep trying the video form factor. I was asked to explain the concept of network latency to someone who found this article on Wall Street's speed wars fascinating using something other than geek talk, so I created this tutorial explaining what is bandwidth, latency, and jitter. The following is a short 7 minute video I posted on YouTube. As always, feedback and comments are welcome. Sorry about three places towards the end where audio was recorded too loudly and clipped. The recording software didn't filter out the clipping and these are some of the minor issues I need to hammer out next time. Also note that the 123 miles per millisecond for the "speed of light" quoted is the speed of light in fiber optic cabling. Light travels significantly faster in air and space, around 186 miles per millisecond. And of course, my delivery is certainly not as smooth as Mr. Khan, but I'm hopeful that you'll find the information simple to understand. One other interesting note is the YouTube switches to a very low bitrate even for the 1080P version of this video which is fine because of the very static nature of the video. Normal 1080P gets 3.5 Mbps for the video stream but this clip uses less than a megabit per second. That's understandable because it's easy to compress with very little loss in quality. I would also note that the same thing is done for the Khan Academy videos. Now I've uploaded similarly static content before but they didn't get the low bandwidth treatment. I wonder if it's because of the all black background I use which is similar to Khan Academy videos. The bottom line is that it makes this video very bandwidth friendly and much more accessible to people with slower broadband connections.
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Web Hosting Tutorials - What is disk Space? How much bandwidth do I need for my Website

Web Hosting Tutorials - What is disk Space? How much bandwidth do I need for my Website

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Web hosting Tutorials. What is disk Space? and How much bandwidth do I need for my website. Visit our web: http://internetmarketingexpert.info/ ************************************ More Video: http://youtu.be/GDT0wGKddkI **Click Below to SUBSCRIBE for More Videos:: https://www.youtube.com/user/myinternettools Share the video: http://youtu.be/iuTwdTNv5MM Video Recommended: http://youtu.be/8F8tD7VPLOY ************************************* Disk space. Disk space, is your allocated amount of space on the hosting server. In case of shared hosting, you have a set amount, in case of collocated or dedicated hosting; you are limited by the size of your installed hard drives. Web pages are usually very small, so you can store a lot of web pages in a small amount of disk space. You should not worry about space unless you have an e-commerce site with a large database of products and images or if your site offers files for downloads or allows the users to upload files. In this case, you have to plan ahead to accommodate these files, so you need to look for hosting packages with appropriate disk space. Disk space is calculated in bytes, as the disk space on your computer at home. 1 Gigabyte (GB) = 1.000 Megabytes (MB) = 1.000.000 Kilobytes (KB). For example, this site occupies 7-8 MB of disk space. A webpage with medium graphics occupies on average 70-80 KB. Bandwidth. When people are visiting your website, they are in fact downloading the web pages and images via their web browsers, on their computers. When you are copying or updating files on your website account, you are uploading data on the server. Bandwidth measures all this activity: download and upload. So, bandwidth is somehow related to disk space, because it measures the number of bytes transferred by a visitor when he accesses the site's files. A site that has many pages and images will "consume" more bandwidth for the same amount of visitors (assuming the visitors will browse more than the first page) than a website that has less pages or the pages are mainly text. So, the rule here is "more is better". Bandwidth is usually charged on a per month basis and it's calculated in MB or GB. There are web hosts that offer unlimited bandwidth. Bandwidth and disk space cost money, so it's not possible or at least not economically feasible to offer one of them or both in unlimited amounts. So, why are there offers with unlimited bandwidth? The hosting company is counting on its traffic statistics; around 90% of the websites don't use a great deal of bandwidth (less than 2-3 GB per month) so, on average, the "low bandwidth" sites will compensates for a few "high bandwidth" web sites. We're not saying to avoid hosting plans that offer unlimited bandwidth, maybe the hosting company provides good service, but make sure you read carefully the agreements or the terms of service, as there will probably be a note about what unlimited bandwidth really means. Related Videos: what is web hosting Tutorial Web hosting web hosting services web hosting providers best web hosting service business web hosting web hosts internet web hosting servidor web web servers comparison web server free web servers web services
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Demystifying 5G – 2 GHz modulation bandwidth for 5G signal generation

Demystifying 5G – 2 GHz modulation bandwidth for 5G signal generation

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Enhanced mobile broadband is a major topic in the ongoing 5G discussions, with peak data rates in the Gbit/s range and average user data rates of 100 Mbit/s. To achieve these data rates wider signal bandwidths of 500 MHz, 1 GHz and even up to 2 GHz are considered, only available at higher frequencies sub 6 GHz and beyond. To enable the industry to study wider bandwidths at higher frequencies, Rohde & Schwarz implemented a unique 2 GHz modulation bandwidth in the R&S®SMW200A vector signal generator enabling 5G signal evaluation up to 40 GHz carrier frequency. The demystifying 5G video series discusses main topics related to 5G including requirements, timeline, potential frequency and waveform candidates. More: https://www.rohde-schwarz.com/5G
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See how Axis’ Zipstream technology can save bandwidth by upto 50%

See how Axis’ Zipstream technology can save bandwidth by upto 50%

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Axis’ Zipstream technology was developed specifically for video surveillance and can lower bandwidth and storage requirements by an average of 50% or more. It’s fully compatible with H.264 compression and third-party video management software. The enhanced version of Zipstream automatically adapts to PTZ camera movements in real-time, offering even further storage and bandwidth savings and eliminating bitrate peaks. Axis’ Zipstream technology analyzes and optimizes the network camera’s video stream in real time. Scenes containing interesting details are recorded in full image quality and resolution while other areas are filtered out, to optimally use available bandwidth and storage. Customers can use Axis’ Zipstream technology alongside other Axis network camera technologies such as Wide Dynamic Range - Forensic Capture and Lightfinder. For more information visit http://www.axis.com/zipstream Axis Communications offers scaleable network video surveillance solutions, including intelligent analytics. We can provide you with a complete A-Z network video solution. Or you can integrate exactly what you need right now into your existing solution and add more Axis at your own pace. Our solutions protect your premises – and your bottom line. Follow us to find out more: Website: www.axis.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/axiscommunications LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/axis-communications
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