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The Good Eggs interview - Rosie

Welcome to the next instalment of our Good Eggs series, where we find out more about our incredible team here at Cuckoo.

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What is latency

At Cuckoo, we like to keep things simple. So welcome to Jargon Busters - a series of quick guides that decode the technical nonsense that other broadband providers seem to love. This time we’re looking at…latency.

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What is Ping?

At Cuckoo, we like to keep things simple. So welcome to Jargon Busters - a series of quick guides that decode the technical claptrap that other broadband providers seem to love. Starting with…ping.

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What’s mesh Wi-Fi when it’s actually at home?

Buffering in the boxroom? Dead spot in the dining room? Laa..aa..agg on the lawn? We’ve all been there. When your so-called home Wi-Fi doesn’t reach every corner of your home, let alone the garden. But help is at hand. And it’s called mesh Wi-Fi.

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The Good Eggs interview - George

Welcome to the next instalment of our Good Eggs series, where we find out more about our incredible team here at Cuckoo.

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Why upload is the new download 

Most broadband providers shout about their download speeds, which are usually much faster than their upload speeds. But as we change the way we work, rest and play online, uploading is becoming more and more important.

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Wired v wireless. What’s best for broadband?

To wire? Or not to wire? With apologies to Shakespeare, that is the question. As we become increasingly dependent on a fast, reliable internet connection at home to work, watch and play, the way we set up our broadband becomes more important than ever.

How fast can you go?