Kọ Ọdịdị Data Data Mobile Na-abịanụ

mobile data ibu fcc

Anyị nwere ike ịhụ mgbanwe dị ịrịba ama n’usoro ekwenti anyị ji ekwukọrịta n’afọ ole na ole n’abia. Teknụzụ na-asọ asọ nke na-ekwurịta okwu mgbe niile n'etiti sava na ekwentị mkpanaaka na-amalite iri oke bandwidth anyị nwere ugbu a. Companiesfọdụ ụlọ ọrụ, dị ka AT & T na-etinye nchịkọta. Na ihe nkiri na-agagharị agagharị, egwu egwu na-agagharị agagharị, na anyị niile na mgbasa ozi na-enweghị nkwụsị non ụdịdị dị iche iche na-ejuputa ngwa ngwa.

Capping bandwidth is a crude means of handling the issue. I believe that compression and more robust data communication management is on the horizon. After all, there's no need for Facebook to alert me every time someone likes a photo while I'm asleep and not using the phone. Additionally, it will be interesting to see if high bandwidth applications like Netflix will be impacted if we begin to start hitting some of these thresholds.

Infographic ekwentị data

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