This Event is about Technical SEO Guide at New Delhi Restaurant in San Francisco – October 10, 2020

Technical SEO identifies website and server optimizations which make it simple for search engines to crawl and index content.

The foundation of an internet search engine strategy starts with Technical SEO. It enables to allow the website to be obtained from search engines so that clients can detect your content.

The scope includes the management of components such as Crawling, Indexing, Status Codes, Page Rate, Content, Site Structure, Mobile Usability, SSL, Structured Data, Migrations, and Rendering such as websites.

Another way to think of Technical SEO? Hakuna Matata. At the Lion King Hakuna Matata means”no worries” Back in SEO, it means no problems with your website.

By ensuring that your website has been problem free, Technical SEO clears the way for the content to flourish and organic search traffic to increase.

What’s Technical SEO important?
Technical SEO diagnoses that the issue and implements the clear answer.

Technical problems vary. At best, technical issues end in missed chances to communicate information to customers and search engines. At worst, technical dilemmas create your site completely inaccessible to search engines, imperceptible for customers, or perhaps both.

Important things to learn about Technical SEO.

Technical SEO identifies website and server optimizations which make it simple for search engines to crawl and index content.

The foundation of an internet search engine strategy starts with Technical SEO. It enables to allow the website to be obtained from search engines so that clients can detect your content.

The scope includes the management of components such as Crawling, Indexing, Status Codes, Page Rate, Content, Site Structure, Mobile Usability, SSL, Structured Data, Migrations, and Rendering such as websites.

Another way to think of Technical SEO? Hakuna Matata. At the Lion King Hakuna Matata means”no worries” Back in SEO, it means no problems with your website.

By ensuring that your

Comcast Reaches 10G Technical Milestone Delivering 1.25 Gig Symmetrical Speeds in Trial Over a Live, All-Digital HFC Network

Trial shows future path to delivering multi-gigabit symmetrical speeds using Network Function Virtualization technology in a hybrid fiber-coaxial (HFC) network

Comcast today announced that it has achieved a 10G technical milestone in a trial delivering 1.25 gigabit-per-second (Gbps) upload and download speeds over a live production network using Network Function Virtualization (NFV) combined with the latest DOCSIS Technology.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20201008005824/en/

The trial also represents an important milestone on the path to deliver on the promise of the industry’s 10G platform, which aims to enable 10-gigabits-per-second speeds and beyond. (Graphic: Business Wire)

At a home in Jacksonville, Florida, technicians have installed the service which is based upon a Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) that Comcast has deployed throughout the area. This advanced architecture includes a suite of software-powered networking technologies, including digital fiber optics, “Remote PHY” digital nodes, and a cloud-based, virtualized cable modem termination system platform (vCMTS), enabling delivery of gigabit-plus symmetrical speeds using existing cable connections. The technology team consistently measured speeds of 1.25 Gbps upload and 1.25 Gbps download over the connection.

“Our customers build their digital lives on the foundation of our Internet service, so we continue to push the technological envelope to anticipate their future needs,” said Tony Werner, President of Technology, Product, Xperience at Comcast Cable. “The great strength of our network technology is that we will have the ability to scale these next-generation speeds to tens of millions of homes in the future without digging up yards, or starting massive construction projects. This technology provides a path to meeting the needs of the future and making multi-gigabit symmetrical speeds a reality for everyone, not just a select few.”

Comcast has been an industry leader in deploying and evolving network virtualization and DAA, which replaces