We have upped our Internet bandwidth capacity today from 500 megabits per second (MBPS) to 800 MBPS. We monitor our utilization pretty closely. Near the end of last year (November/December) we had a number of days where we saturated our 500 MBPS capacity. I requested the increased capacity in late December, and we got the new service today. As you can see by looking at the graph above, we are already tapping into it — we have quite a bit of time near or above the 600 MBPS line today. So, hopefully, this should mean better, faster service at peak times.
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