| Monday May 30th 2016

Test your broadband speed… help the FCC keep ISPs honest

The FCC launched a consumer broadband test on their blog broadband.gov yesterday. consumer broadband speed testInternet speeds in the US are often 50% to 80% lower than advertised and its vital consumers have reliable information on the actual performance of their connections. One of the two tools the FCC is using is the Network Diagnostic Tool (NDT), an open source tool hosted on MeasurementLab.net (M-Lab). The validity of NDT can be independently verified, and all data is publicly released. M-Lab hosts other test as wells, such as a test to see if bit torrent is being throttled, or how much bandwidth is available.

Consumer Broadband Test

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