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8-second rule

Research has indicated that if users have to wait longer than eight seconds to download a Web page, they will go elsewhere. See information overload.
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Since February, more than 30 CAF recipients have chosen ADTRAN's network performance testing solution to comply with FCC reporting requirements.
This agreement builds on previous success in network performance in western Iraq provinces which resulted in improved network coverage and end user experience while solidifying customer loyalty.
RootScore Reports provide a scientific, independent, consumer-focused assessment of mobile network performance.
PFT helps community banks solve critical challenges like growing core deposits, improving branch network performance, increasing business relationships, and managing performance.
perfSONAR is a tool for end-to-end monitoring and troubleshooting of multi-domain network performance. perfSONAR provides network engineers with the ability to test and measure network performance, as well as to archive data in order to pinpoint and solve service problems that may span multiple networks and international boundaries.
Ottawa, Canada, September 20, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Martello Technologies Group (Martello) (TSXV: MTLO), a provider of network performance management solutions for real-time communications, announced today that it has been awarded Frost & Sullivan's 2018 Price/Performance Value Leadership Award for the Network Performance Management (NPM) and Application Performance Management (APM) Global Market.
Ericsson has signed a contract with Jazz for Radio Network Performance Management and Optimization
InfoVista, a provider of network performance orchestration solutions is all set to acquire Ascom's TEMS business.
The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), a combat support agency within the United States Department of Defense (DoD), has chosen InfoVista's end-to-end network performance management solution to help modernize DISA's Joint Information Environment's (JIE) Joint Regional Security Stacks (JRSS).
This new solution quantifies and analyzes network performance using three indicators, network coverage, throughput and QoE, and applies optimization accordingly to improve the quality of mobile data services.
The Equinix Performance Hubao is a new offering in the region for enterprises struggling to deal with application and network performance demands.
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