Bluestream Speed Test
Average Bluestream Internet Speed
Bluestream speed test checks the speed of your internet connection. Sometimes, the test gives you ambiguous results because of your devices such as TVs, routers, smartphones, laptops, desktops. Even if you have different tasks and use the same internet connection, you may get different results. This is especially true for users of high-speed packages, such as the basic 200/200 Mbit/s service currently offered by ITS Fiber. If you are using the basic Bluestream internet speed package then you will see the download speed of 100 Mbps, and upload speed of 15 Mbps with 0ms latency. This package is suitable for 2 to 3 users.
Factors Affecting the Internet Speed
Here are a few things to keep in mind when evaluating your speed test results:
WIRED VS. WIRELESS
Older cables and plugs tend to be more reliable than Wi-Fi (wireless) connections. Even testing over Wi-Fi at speeds of 500 to 700 Mbps or higher, you cannot test a 1 Gbps connection. For the most accurate speed test results, test on a wired device. Why? From adjacent buildings and wireless printers in your home office to baby monitors and microwaves in your home, the variables that can negatively affect your Wi-Fi signal are virtually limitless. Fixed wired connection limits tested on devices with 100 Mbps network interface cards (NICs). This ensures consistent Bluestream internet speed test results at speeds ranging from 90-98 Mbps. ITS Fiber recommends testing devices with 1 Gbps network interface cards (NICs).
Malware or Viruses
Slow internet speeds can be caused by malware such as malicious ads or viruses. There are many free and inexpensive programs available to solve this problem, but it is important to use them for several reasons. Malware uses bandwidth allocation to slow down computers and networks. Run an antivirus program that is updated regularly and turn on automatic updates.
It seems clear again, but it’s easy to monitor all downloads and current applications, Jade. B video chat. You can do it while testing the device's speed. Close these applications and restart the device and check again.
Check if you are on the system using a different browser. The new browsers you use, such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft Edge, may affect your internet usage, but not your overall download speed. Ultimately, you are limited by the bandwidth and bandwidth of the websites you visit. Some browsers have better control over page load and performance.
If you have Wi-Fi Extenders, disable them before the speed test. Otherwise, the computer may not be properly connected. Wi-Fi Extenders “gather” the router’s radio signal and then read it. If Wi-Fi comes directly from the router, it will be slower than the Internet speed, so developers reduce the Internet speed of regular devices by about 50%.
This is the last point on the device. Technology is constantly evolving, and many older routers and computers don’t take full advantage of the incredible speed and bandwidth of today’s fiber-optic broadband connections. When you’re ready to upgrade your technology, make sure your new hardware includes a network card that can accelerate advanced fiber broadband, such as ITS fiber and computing power.