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July 21, 2014
Chris Crum ISP Ranking Released From Netflix
By Chris Crum
Netflix just released its new ISP Speed Index data for the month of June. This time, they've added icons to the U.S. graph to "increase transparency" about the type of technology used by an ISP.

"This should make it easier to compare Netflix performance on different types of networks," saysNetflix's Anne Marie Squeo.

As usual, Cablevision, Cox, and Suddenlink lead in the U.S. Each has shown "stead improvements" over the past three months, Netflix says. Verizon FiOS continues to decline, falling two spots from last month to number 12. Verizon FiOS and AT&T U-Verse rank behind DSL offerings from Frontier, Windstream, and Centurylink, Netflix points out. [...]

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