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Commentary: Be aware that throttling affects dedicated enterprise networks too

News | 08/27/2009 1:34 pm EDT

Peer-to-peer file sharing has been por­trayed by some as the great evil that will bring down the public Internet, or at least grind it to a halt, if internet providers aren’t allowed to min­imize the bandwidth that music, video and other file sharing use. But business users should also be concerned because, according to the country’s largest ISP, P2P can negatively affect the managed network service you are paying for.

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