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Comcast Ends Dispute With Transit Provider Level 3

Comcast and the transit provider Level 3 have ended their interconnection dispute, Ars Technica reports. The deal comes three weeks before the start date of new net neutrality rules, which will allow companies to take complaints about interconnection problems to the Federal Communications Commission. “Comcast and Level 3 Communications announced they have reached a new multi-year, bilateral interconnection agreement as part of a multifaceted arrangement that will help both companies meet their customers’ needs into the next decade and beyond,” the companies said in a statement. "Under the terms of the agreement, Comcast and Level 3 will enhance their existing network capacity while extending their mutual interconnection agreements, ensuring that both maintain ample capacity to exchange Internet traffic between their networks.”

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