• CRTC establishes network quality framework for basic internet service rollout

    4 monthes ago - By MobileSyrup

    Canada's telecom watchdog has established a preliminary network quality framework for its eventual rollout of broadband internet as a basic service. According to a July 13th, 2018 decision, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has determined that internet access can only be defined as high-quality if it falls within a “round-trip latency threshold of 50 milliseconds, and a packet loss threshold of 0.25 percent, both based on measurement during peak times.” The Commission didn't precisely define performance peak times, but used “7pm to 11pm local time on weekdays”...
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