Netflix agrees to pay Time Warner Cable for interconnection
In an ongoing effort to improve how ISP providers are securing the proper bandwidth to its customers, Netflix has reached a deal with Time Warner Cable this week. Netflix has already had to pay other ISPs like Comcast and Verizon for the same conveniences, a situation that many are calling the death of net neutrality.
Netflix released a statement on the interconnection agreement only saying, “We reached an agreement with Time Warner Cable in June and began the interconnection between our networks this month.”
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