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Bundesnetzagentur: Nichts ist überlastet - ISPs dürfen notfalls bremsen


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Internet, Daten, Netzwerk, Kabel, Gigabit, Telekommunikation Die Bundesnetzagentur hat klargestellt, dass überhaupt nicht die Rede davon sein kann, dass die Netze in Deutschland der aktuellen Situation nicht gewachsen wären. Wenn Nutzer mit Problemen konfrontiert werden, liegen die Ursachen meist anderswo. (Weiter lesen)...

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    Die Bundesnetzagentur hat klargestellt, dass überhaupt nicht die Rede davon sein kann, dass die Netze in Deutschland der aktuellen Situation nicht gewachsen wären. Wenn Nutzer mit Problemen konfrontiert werden, liegen die Ursachen meist anderswo.

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