Valve deploys 100Gbps network services from Level 3 to manage rocketing demand for online gaming [UPDATED]

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Valve deploys 100Gbps network services from Level 3 to manage rocketing demand for online gaming [UPDATED]

'Larger links provide more total capacity which reduces potential blockages or choke points in the network,' Valve's Mike Dunkle tells Computing

UPDATED: Valve, the developer behind the Steam digital distribution online gaming platform and popular PC games, including Half-Life, Team Fortress 2 and Dota 2, has upgraded its network infrastruc...

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