AI-based network management gave Comcast an immediate boost in traffic capacity as work moved online. But even so, temporarily suspended data caps aren’t here to stay.
A funny thing happened in Colorado after the state legalized recreational marijuana use in 2012: As more people started buying grow lights to cultivate their own supplies, Comcast’s internet service took a hit. It turned out that the electromagnetic radiation from the lights was interfering with Comcast’s network.
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