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November 06, 2012

Serious Lessons Learned from Hurricane Sandy for Telecom Sector

There are some important lessons being learned about the Internet and other telecom services when a massive storm strikes – such as last week with Hurricane Sandy.

For example, it’s not a good idea in New York City or elsewhere to have many Internet Service Providers (ISP) concentrated in one local area.

“It was a gamble that didn't pay off for many data center operators and their online customers, thanks to flooding that knocked out power – sometimes along with the backup generators and fuel supply pumps,” reported Brian Proffitt in a recent column on ReadWrite... Read More


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