Monday, July 28, 2014

YouTube rating US ISPs, settlement-free peering

YouTube starts rating US ISPs, puts its weight behind settlement-free peering — Tech News and Analysis: "Google released an U.S.-focused version of its video quality report Tuesday, which offers users a way to check which of their local ISPs deliver the best-looking YouTube streams. The report is singling out some ISPs as “HD verified” which YouTube Product Manager Jay Akkad defined this way in a blog post: “If your provider can consistently deliver HD video, a resolution of at least 720p, without buffering or interruptions — it’s HD Verified.”

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