So for consumer apps, your performance is going to absolutely suck from about 6PM through about 12AM local time for your customers.
For business applications, the 9AM to 5PM local time frame is going to be a nightmare for you and your clients.
So what does this new non-neutral net mean in the real world?
You *will* be paying more to get your traffic prioritized in a world where everything else online is going to drive up latency and bottlenecks.
This means more budget for bandwidth for the life of your product line, and that means you need to start lining up additional funding right now.
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If you are a consumer: Get ready for your Internet Service Provider (ISP) and Mobile companies to charge you more.
If you are a heavy user of streaming services (Netflix, Amazon Prime, Apple Music, Spotify, and several dozen more), then you’re going to need prioritized service.The impact of the regulatory change may take a few months or a few years, but it is indeed coming – start planning.If you don’t want to pay for prioritization, then be ready to accept the fact that everyone who did pay will get lower latency and faster throughput – especially during peak operational times for your type of application or platform.To put that in perspective, if your service contract was cancelled, your accounting machine pretty much stopped working. Well, now any new business that wants high-bandwidth, low-latency throughput will have to pay to receive the blessing of an ISP above and beyond what they’re paying for that same service right now.Based on recent history, any user who wants to get the service as intended will also have to pony up some cash each month, making the actual cost of the new platform or service higher still.Since any vendor selling IBM punch-cards would not have a financial reason to produce them for other brands of accounting machines, this also meant that IBM gained the ability to become a virtual monopoly – no other machines could get anyone to make their punch-cards.