EU Did Not Witness Any Major Internet Congestion Issues since COVID-19 Crisis

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EU Did Not Witness Any Major Internet Congestion Issues since COVID-19 Crisis

The European Union’s telecommunication regulation agency, BEREC, had issued a statement saying there were no major internet issues related to congestion since the COVID-19 crisis. According to the agency, there was no significant downtime recorded across Europe due to bandwidth exhaustion incidents.

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“Network operators have been able to cope well with this additional traffic load,” said BEREC in a press statement. The agency said the internet traffic had been stabilized, but there has also been a decrease in the peak traffic in some EU member states.

Source:https://www.zdnet.com/article/eu-no-major-internet-congestion-issues-have-occurred/

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