Earl Zmijewski

Vice President, Renesys Internet Intelligence Services

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Vice President and General Manager of Renesys Internet Intelligence Services, which monitors the global Internet

Earl Zmijewski on KCRW

Large portions of Asia, the Middle East and North Africa have  lost the Internet  and other high-technology services, apparently due to breaks in undersea cables off the coast of…

Internet Out in Middle East and India

Large portions of Asia, the Middle East and North Africa have lost the Internet and other high-technology services, apparently due to breaks in undersea cables off the coast of…

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