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Satellite Internet instead of traditional Internet: opportunities and limitations of use

28.11.2023

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Satellite Internet instead of traditional Internet: opportunities and limitations of use

A fixed Internet connection, provided it is stable, can provide access to the World Wide Web at home, in the office, in public institutions almost all over the planet. But when it comes to remote corners of the Earth, satellite Internet technology comes in handy. How it works, what features it has and for whom it is promising, read in our prepared material.


Deepfakes: how and for what purpose are they created and how to detect them?

16.11.2023

Internet

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Deepfakes: how and for what purpose are they created and how to detect them?

You've probably come across deepfakes on the Internet — photos and videos that look very similar to real ones, but show people saying or doing things they didn't actually do. The term "deepfake" is a combination of two concepts: "deep learning" and "fake". That is, they are photos or videos artificially generated using the knowledge gained in the process of neural network training. What tools are used to create them, why and how to distinguish fake images from real ones? Let's understand together.


How to reserve subscriber equipment to run the Internet when there is no light?

30.10.2023

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How to reserve subscriber equipment to run the Internet when there is no light?

With a power outage, Internet connection is lost almost simultaneously. Regardless of which technology is used for the Internet in your home (ETTH or PON), both the provider's and the subscriber's equipment must be backed up for the network to operate during power outages. If all active ISP equipment is connected to an uninterruptible network, you are left to take care of the backup power supply for Internet devices in your home. This can be done in several ways: using a standard power bank paired with a DC-USB converter or using a mini UPS. We tell you about it in detail in this article.