Santa Maria, CA
Here we go again about bandwidth throttling ... I don't see how there congestion management system its not Throttling
Here is a excerpt from Comcasts Faqs
If a certain area of the network nears a state of congestion, the technique will ensure that all customers have a fair share of access to the network. It will identify which customer accounts are using the greatest amounts of bandwidth and their Internet traffic will be temporarily managed until the period of congestion passes. Customers will still be able to do anything they want to online, and many activities will be unaffected, but they could experience things like: longer times to download or upload files, surfing the Web may seem somewhat slower, or playing games online may seem somewhat sluggish.
Now here is a definition of Bandwidth throttling
Bandwidth throttling is a method of ensuring a bandwidth intensive device, such as a server, will limit ("throttle") the quantity of data it transmits and/or accepts within a specified period of time.
Looks the same to me
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»Here we go again about bandwidth throttling ...