testing server located in NYC , approximately 70 miles away
Verizon Fios Gigabit internet 940/880Mbps Tier - Northern NJ 14 Tests Conducted May 5, 2017 10:00AM - 11:00AM EST Test 1: USA, NY, NYC - Server - Verizon Fios - 930/944Mbps Test 2: USA, NY, NYC - Server - Optimum Online - 912/947Mbps Test 3: USA, NJ, Plainfield - Server - Comcast - 932/952Mbps Test 4: USA, FL, Miami - Server - Comcast - 887/946Mbps Test 5: USA, TX, Fort Worth - Server - Charter - 741/940Mbps Test 6: USA, CA, San Francisco - Server - Comcast - 671/393Mbps Test 7: USA, HI, Honolulu - Server - HI Telcom - 200/145Mbps Test 8: UK, London - Server - Vodafone - 518/432Mbps Test 9: Italy, Rome - Server - Telecom Italia - 150/109Mbps Test10: Japan, Sodegaura - Server - Foxcore-LS 85/39Mbps Test11: Russia, Moscow - Server - Rostelecon - 107/80Mbps Test12: Australia, Sydney - Server - Vodafone - 44/42Mbps Test13: USA, PA - Server - State College - 929/645Mbps Test14: USA, NJ, Plainfield - Server - Comcast - 938/796Mbps Hardware used for the test. CPU: Intel(R) Core™ i5-3570K 3.40 GHz 6MB Intel Smart Cache LGA1155 Memory: 16 GB Kingston HyperX Fury Hard Drive: Samsung 850 EVO 1TB 2.5-Inch SATA III Internal SSD Network: Onboard Gigabit LAN Network Video: AMD Radeon HD 7770 1GB 16X PCIe 3.0 Router 1: Verizon Fios Quantum Gateway Router 2: Netgear Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Tri-Band Gigabit WiFi Router (R8000)
Location: Philadelphia PA Server Location: Plainfield NJ Hosted by Comcast
I have Google Fiber, and I wanted to show my setup and how fast my speeds are on my Nexus 6P. Unboxing: https://youtu.be/VixVx1Yyozo Please Subscribe: http://bit.ly/wwjoshdu Second Channel Google+ Page https://www.google.com/+wwjoshdu Main Channel: http://bit.ly/wwJoshdew Gaming Channel: http://bit.ly/wwjoshdo Follow me on Vine: http://goo.gl/66FEbk Follow me on Twitter: http://goo.gl/wE3vF Circle me on Google+: http://goo.gl/tju411 Watch me Live Stream: http://goo.gl/fx1ZnI Follow me on Instagram: http://goo.gl/ojTFn Like my Facebook Page: http://goo.gl/MFKWTi
Comcast's Gigabit Pro has arrived, and it offers internet speeds of up to 2 gigabits per second (twice the speed of Google Fiber)! Here are my first impressions of this incredibly fast internet option. Comcast Gigabit Pro Official Site: http://www.xfinity.com/multi-gig-offers The third party video segments used in this review are credited to Comcast/Xfinity, Nvidia, and Google, and are used legally for educational purposes under the fair use clause of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Thanks for watching this video! If you enjoyed it, please... SUBSCRIBE to me on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CTNtechnologynews?sub_confirmation=1 FOLLOW me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CTech_TV ADD me on Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/b/118422321546031494326/+CTNtechnologynews?cfem=1 JOIN my YouTube Network: http://www.freedom.tm/via/CTNtechnologynews
On the heels of the one-year anniversary of its 4G LTE service rollout, Verizon Wireless has granted Pocketnow exclusive access to one of their switches in southeastern Pennsylvania. The switch (or Mobile Telephone Switching Office -- MTSO) is a hub of Verizon's network in the Philadelphia tri-state area: it's what connects the towers in the region and processes all voice and data calls. The switch, which is a building filled with miles of fiber optic cable, a battery backup system and a generator system, dozens of servers, and a control room that monitors precise data as it pertains to the performance and stability of the system, is a marvel of engineering and technology. We also get to witness Verizon's obsession with reliability of their network. Each and every component is redundant within the switch so that if there are any equipment failures or even a natural disaster that disrupts power to the entire facility, Verizon customers are likely to still have service. We also learn a lot about the difference between Verizon's 3G and 4G network, the latter of which now reaches 200 million people in 190 markets across the U.S., including much of the Philadelphia region. During multiple Q&A session, we learn about the capabilities of Verizon's 4G LTE network, which is only going to increase with further network upgrades. Thank you to the folks at Verizon Wireless for letting us take a tour of the infrastructure that is responsible for making their network operate. If you want to learn even more about Verizon's network, check out our exclusive tour of their hardware testing lab: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7JHXl_rXXRY
This is my personal experience with Verizon Fios Follow issue on Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/VPN/comments/2e26zs/verizon_fios_throttles_openvpn/ Verizon Speed: 75Mbps Download 75Mbps Upload Test servers all have 1Gbps speeds. I use OpenVPN to connect to several VPS Servers around the east coast. All with different backbone providers including: XO.net Level 3 Communications Cogent Communications Telia NLayer TW Telecom Others -------------------------------- When I connected my OpenVPN without HTTPS SSL: I get a throttle of 15 down 15up Mbps. When I hid my VPN traffic in a HTTPS SSL Layer on port TCP 443 the results were almost shockingly different. Almost all providers had exact the same results. #################################################### During testing I noticed HTTP protocol on any TCP port worked great most of the time!! (Using Apache2 downloading .bin file) - Most providers send and received data at my full speed 75/75Mbps. During testing we noticed however using port TCP 443 HTTPS protocol we had a great download, but as seen in the video we had trouble with upload tests when sending files back via 443 SSL encryption. (There is no VPN that I'm aware of that can hide in a unencrypted HTTP wrapper, only HTTPS, so I don't see any way around the upload issue at this point) So this workaround isn't perfect, but I hope someone also can confirm this on Fios. Sorry again for saying DRI in the video, I meant DPI. Here is a link to the Wiki explaining what DPI does and why Net Neutrality is VERY IMPORTANT!!! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_packet_inspection FCC Comment Website. *Until September 15th 2014. about net neutrality http://www.fcc.gov/comments Links to getting your OpenVPN hidden from filtering (DPI) https://www.google.com/search?q=HTTPS+SSL+Layer+on+port+TCP+443+openvpn&oq=HTTPS+SSL+Layer+on+port+TCP+443+openvpn Software Commonly used. Obfsproxy Stunnel I hope I helped someone get a better connection via VPN, this stinks we have to do this in the first place. Link to Short version of video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7EzElm5v2Q
Gigabit Internet Speed Test And Upload Demo AT&T Gigapower finally made it to my area. As services such as this slowly roll-out throughout the country I thought I would share what the experience brings by running a speed test and uploading a video to Youtube. If you are a YouTube content creator, download lots of 4K video content, or work from home where uploading/downloading large files quickly is important, then Gigabit Internet will provide a noticeable improvement to your workflow. For Internet users who primarily surf the web, read blogs or frequent social media sites, you will probably not notice much of a change to your typical Internet performance and can get away with slower/cheaper offerings. The Speed Test Service I Used In This Video ------------------------------------------- http://www.speedtest.net/
http://www.noobie.com Eric Mann, Network Engineering Director, Verizon Wireless gives an outside and inside tour of Lucas Oil Stadium and the infrastructure Verizon Wireless has put in place to support voice and data traffic for Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis.
So far I LOVE my Verizon unlimited plan! Even after 22GB service is amazing almost every where! Both of these phones where on the same cell tower sector number and connected to the same server.