SPOTLIGHT: Comcast: P4P proves regulation unneeded


Cable TV giant Comcast, in its latest attempt to elude scrutiny over its network management practices, has posted a filing with the Federal Communications Commission noting that the emergence of the new P4P protocol will further prove traffic-shaping regulation to be unnecessary. Comcast points to a P4P test by vendor Pando Networks that involved Cocmast and several other service providers, and showed speed increases of 235 percent over traditional P2P usage.

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