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Sep 26, 2022 (Market Insight Reports) -- The Network Troubleshooting Tools Market Report offers in-depth market information as well as incisive insights on market size, development, predictions, and other topics. It also offers current industry data on current market conditions as well as an industry perspective for forecasts up to 2022. For the benefit of executives, marketing, and sales, we offer resources. Additionally, well-organised tables and graphs are available for product managers, consultants, analysts, and others seeking critical industry data in a single, easily accessible document.

The Network Troubleshooting Tools Market (2022-2029) Survey Report is an expert analysis of the situation of the international market at the moment. The research report further divides the global Network Troubleshooting Tools Market into key competitors / brands, geographical areas, product categories, and end users. Additionally covered in this study are the potential and challenges, sales channels, distributors, market share, growth rates, and competitive conditions of the global market.

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The worldwide Network Troubleshooting Tools Market is expected to grow at a booming CAGR of 2022-2030, rising from USD billion in 2021 to USD billion in 2028. It also shows the importance of the Network Troubleshooting Tools Market main players in the sector, including their business overviews, financial summaries, and SWOT assessments.

Top key players: Cisco, Google, Wireshark, PingPlotter, Splunk, SolarWinds, NETSCOUT, ManageEngine, ThousandEyes, Flowmon Networks, Colasoft, Netmon Inc, LiveAction & Others.

The report’s main focus is on providing companies in the industry with a strategic analysis of COVID-19’s impact. This data is used to determine the potential influence of the Network Troubleshooting Tools Market. The Porter Five Forces model is utilised in the study to evaluate market participants’ competitive environments. The research looks at sales, gross earnings, and average profit margins in each market segment.

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Desktop-Windows, Desktop-MAC OS, Mobile-IOS, Mobile-Abdroid

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An extensive overview of the market is provided by estimates for important market categories in the global Network Troubleshooting Tools Market. By watching important product positioning and keeping an eye on the leading competitors, thorough market research is carried out within the market framework. Each country’s opportunity analysis for the global is also included in the study.

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The Americas (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Europe (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Russia, Italy, and Rest of Europe)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia, and Australia)
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Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, South Africa, and the rest of the Middle East and Africa

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History Year: 2015-2019
Base Year: 2021
Estimated Year: 2022
Forecast Year: 2022 to 2028

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7 Europe by Country, by Type, and by Application
8 Asia-Pacific by Region, by Type, and by Application
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Killexams : Good Question: Having problems with Verizon?

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Let’s answer a good question about problems with phones. Some people in the Rochester area have had problems with making calls, dropped calls, and texts not going through or showing up way late.

Here’s a comment: “Many people I’ve talked to (in all different parts of NYS) have had the same problem when talking on the phone to other people – not just me. All of the people I’ve talked to, who have noticed the same thing, have all different versions of the iPhone (new and old). Is there something going on with Verizon and the cell service?”

And another email: “I’ve been having issues for weeks- dropped calls, no internet, apps not working just searching for a signal draining my battery while on constant search I’m guessing. I thought it was my iPhone!! But it’s clearly Verizon!”

Those viewers are right. The common denominator in all the complaints — Verizon. I reached out to the company. A spokesperson told me:

“Rochester and its surrounding communities rely on Verizon, which is why we are committed to delivering reliable wireless network service and consistent network performance. As we upgrade our network in Upstate NY, the process is even more effective when we partner with local governments. In Webster, for example, we recently received approval to build a new macro cell that will boost our area coverage and capacity for Verizon customers. Those upgrades won’t all happen overnight, and we recognize a few customers may be feeling some growing pains.”

If you read between the lines, the main takeaway is the company is working to boost coverage. However, anytime something like this or any another development is happening you can run into permit issues and have to get through that whole approval and planning process to move ahead. That takes time.

If you have a good question that you want us to answer, email Brennan Somers at

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Killexams : Mobile network data, an efficient method for assessing the spread of epidemics

image: Figure 1. Risk pa (up) versus Census map (down) view more 

Credit: supply credit to the authors of the paper

The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020 forced governments around the world to take measures to prevent its spread among the population and, thus, reduce the number of fatalities as a result of the virus. A few months later, as mobility restrictions and confinements were gradually lifted, states decided to launch tracking apps that citizens could download to their cell phones to find out if nearby contacts were infected with COVID. However, for these apps to be truly effective they require a large number of people to have them installed on their devices, and they also involve certain privacy risks.

Now an IMDEA Networks research team led by Elisa Cabana (Postdoc researcher) and Nikolaos Laoutaris (Research Professor), in collaboration with Andra Lutu (Teléfonica Research) and Enrique Frías-Martínez (Camilo José Cela University), has carried out a study in which they propose a method that uses mobile network data to detect possible hospitalizations due to COVID-19 and obtain the corresponding epidemic risk maps. The paper "Improving epidemic risk maps using mobility information from mobile network data" will be published at the ACM SIGSPATIAL conference in November 2022.

Cabana explains that the main advantage of the proposed solution is that, unlike Contact Tracing, "the data is already available at the operator and progress is faster. You don't need to have GPS enabled and an application downloaded." "When you have mobile data connected, your device connects to a cell tower that identifies your location radius. And that's how you study the spatio-temporal mobility of people," she adds. Another plus point is that the method works with anonymized data and can be run on the operator's premises under its standard security provisions.

According to Laoutaris, the method works as follows: "We check the location of a phone late at night and if it is not connected to the usual phone towers it was connected to in the pre-pandemic era, we see if it was connected to a tower near a hospital that is receiving COVID patients. If it does, the person who owns the cell phone is labeled as potentially hospitalized. The method also includes filters to eliminate false positives, such as people who live near or work in hospitals.

As indicated in their study, mobile network data can be exploited to understand the dynamics of urban mobility and its impact on the spread of contagious diseases such as cholera, and also to predict the risk of viruses such as dengue, Zika or malaria, or other new ones that may emerge in the future.

The team has applied their methods to an anonymized dataset of more than 2 million cell phones, collected by a mobile network provider located in London, UK, during the months of March and April 2020. They have concluded that this method yields a 98.6% agreement with public records of patients admitted to National Health Service (NHS) hospitals.

Phases of the data collection process

In the first phase, the research group describes the algorithm for detecting possible COVID hospitalizations from the mobile network data, as well as the parameters involved. The second phase consists of validating these data by checking the cases reported by London hospitals to the National Health Service and comparing them with those obtained with the proposed method. Finally, in the third phase, they analyze the mobility pattern of each person detected as hospitalized during the two weeks prior to their hospitalization day. With this information, they obtain dynamic and detailed risk maps that change over time and thus more accurately capture the distribution, evolution and intensity of the disease.

Compared to census-based maps, their risk maps indicate that the areas at highest risk are not necessarily the most densely populated and can change from day to day. In addition, they have observed that hospitalized people tend to have a higher average mobility than non-hospitalized people.

Elisa Cabana stresses that the most relevant result of her research is precisely the risk maps, since they not only allow the evolution of an epidemic to be visually analyzed, but can also be very beneficial for different sectors of society. "At the individual level, representing each area with a more or less intense color, which can vary over time, depending on a risk measure, is useful because it can help people to take additional protective measures, at each time and place. For emergency teams and decision-makers, it would help to assess the level of stress in the health system, as well as the severity and intensity of spread, and the advantages or disadvantages of certain decisions (use of masks, quarantine, vaccination). In general, the spatio-temporal information extracted from mobile network data, and the tools we develop with that information, can benefit both individuals and the policies and important decisions being developed against existing and future epidemics," she concludes.

E. Cabana, A. Lutu, E. Frias-Martinez, N. Laoutaris, “Improving Epidemic Risk Maps Using Mobility Information from Mobile Network Data,” ACM SIGSPATIAL’22. (extended abstractfull version at SpatialEpi’22 workshop).

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Killexams : What is a network?

A network is two or more computers (or other electronic devices) that are connected together, usually by cables or Wi-Fi.

Some computer networks will have a server

. A server is a powerful computer that often acts as a central hub for services in a network, eg emails, internet access and file storage. Each computer connected to a server is called a client

A computer that is not connected to a network is called a standalone computer.

What are the benefits of a network?

Using a network allows you to share:

  • hardware, such as a printer
  • software, allowing multiple users to run the same programs on different computers
  • data, so that other people can access shared work and you can access your data from any computer on the network

Networking is critical if you want to use your computer to communicate. Without it you couldn’t send an email, a text or an instant message.

We use a huge network on a daily basis and this is called the internet. Around three billion people use the internet to share data, news and resources, amongst many other things.

Demonstration of globally connected devices

What problems can occur with a network?

If we connect computers or devices together in a network we can expose ourselves to some problems.

If the network breaks, this can make a number of tasks it is used for quite difficult. For example, it might not be possible to share photographs and opinions with friends.

If computers and devices are networked together, we can expose ourselves to hackers

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Killexams : AFRL Opens New Office To Focus On AI-Piloted Aircraft Problems

AFRL Opens New Office To Focus On AI-Piloted Aircraft Problems is published in Aerospace Daily & Defense Report, an Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN) Market Briefing and is included with your AWIN membership.

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Killexams : This PDF reader app has a million downloads on the Play Store - but it's just adware app security © Provided by TechRadar Pro app security

One of the most popular PDF reader apps on the Google Play Store is actually just a vehicle to deliver potentially harmful adware, experts have warned.

An investigation by Malwarebytes found that the imaginatively-named "PDF reader - documents viewer" app did nothing of the sort, but instead flooded user devices with annoying full screen adverts, even when not in use.

The company warns that the app has already had over a million downloads, and Google has yet to remove it, meaning even more victims could be hooked soon.

In a blog post outlining the scam, Malwarebytes notes how the app looks to trick users by not displaying ads immediately after being installed.

Instead, it waits a few hours, making it harder to spot which app has caused the issue. When activated, however, the app fills the user's home screen with full-page adverts, blocking them from accessing their device unless they click on the ad.

Video ads are also displayed, effectively preventing the user from accessing their device, with ads launching more and more frequently the longer the app is left unchecked.

Malwarebytes notes that the initial Google Play app listing page raised a few red flags that may have tipped users off that this was not a legitimate service. This includes a "Mature 17+" content rating - pretty unusual for an Android PDF reader, and the developer name of "Fairy games" - again, not something you would typically associate with such a service.

"If you have a lot of apps installed on your mobile device, this one can very hard to track down," Malwarebytes noted. "Another reason to not blindly trust you are safe while installing exclusively from Google Play. Even if the Play Store is by far the safest place to install apps on Android, it can fault from time to time as well. Having an anti-malware scanner, or anti-adware in this case, is a good idea. Stay safe out there!"

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Killexams : CBSE Class 12 Physics demo Paper 2022-23: download PDF Here

CBSE Class 12 Physics demo Paper 2022-23: CBSE has released the CBSE Class 12 Physics demo Question Paper on official website at and And download direct CBSE Class 12 Physics demo Question Paper pdf here.

CBSE Class 12 Physics demo Question Paper 2022-23: The demo Paper of CBSE 12th Physics board exams is available now on the official website of  Central Board of Secondary Education at

Practice makes a man perfect. And since the board has released the demo papers and marking scheme for all class 10 subjects already, it is time to practise and perfect all the portions required for the exam. 

Despite practising very hard, students often lose marks because of some common mistakes. You can avoid making such trivial errors by practising all the NCERT problems. Also, you need to make sure that you are clearly understanding the general instructions provided in the CBSE Class 12 Physics demo Question Paper 2022-23. Students rushing through these instructions end up making silly mistakes in their paper.

The given general instructions in Physics demo Question Paper are:

Maximum Marks: 70 Marks 

Time Allowed: 3 hours.  

General Instructions: 

(1) There are 35 questions in all. All questions are compulsory 

(2) This question paper has five sections: Section A, Section B, Section C, Section D and Section E. All the sections are compulsory. 

(3) Section A contains eighteen MCQ of 1 mark each, Section B contains seven questions of two marks each, Section C contains five questions of three marks each, section D contains three long questions of five marks each and Section E contains two case study based questions of 4 marks each. 

(4) There is no overall choice. However, an internal choice has been provided in section B, C, D and E. You have to attempt only one of the choices in such questions. 

  1. Use of calculators is not allowed.  

Candidates can view the complete content of the CBSE Class 12 Physics demo Question Paper 2022-23 below and easily prepare for the upcoming CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2022-23.


1 According to Coulomb's law, which is the correct relation for the following figure?

(i) q1 q2> 0

(ii) q1 q2<0

(iii) q1 q2 =0

(iv) 1> q1/ q2 > 0

2 The electric potential on the axis of an electric dipole at a distance ‘r from it’s centre is V. Then the potential at a point at the same distance on its equatorial line will be

(i) 2V

(ii) -V

(iii) V/2

(iv) Zero

3 The temperature (T) dependence of resistivity of materials A and material B is represented by fig (i) and fig (ii) respectively.

Identify material A and material B.

The temperature (T) dependence of resistivity of materials

(i) material A is copper and material B is germanium

(ii) material A is germanium and material B is copper

(iii) material A is nichrome and material B is germanium

(iv) material A is copper and material B is nichrome

4 Two concentric and coplanar circular loops P and Q have their radii in the ratio 2:3. Loop Q carries a current 9 A in the anticlockwise direction. For the magnetic field to be zero at the common centre, loop P must carry

(i) 3A in clockwise direction

(ii) 9A in clockwise direction

(iii) 6 A in anti-clockwise direction

(iv) 6 A in the clockwise direction.

5 A long straight wire of circular cross section of radius a carries a steady current I. The current is uniformly distributed across its cross section. The ratio of the magnitudes of magnetic field at a

point distant a/2 above the surface of wire to that at a point distant a/2 below its surface is

(i) 4 :1

(ii) 1:1

(iii) 4: 3

(iv) 3 :4

6 If the magnetizing field on a ferromagnetic material is increased, its permeability

(i) decreases

(ii) increases

(iii) remains unchanged

(iv) first decreases and then increases

The CBSE Class 12 Physics demo Paper 2022-23 is attached below in pdf format. 

Click here to download the CBSE Class 12 Physics demo Paper 2022-23 in PDF format

The marking scheme of the CBSE Class 12 Physics demo Paper 2022-23 in pdf format is attached below. 

Click here to download the marking scheme in PDF format

With the CBSE Class 12 Physics demo Paper 2022-23, the marking scheme, and all the chapter notes of Class 12 Physics in hand, students can feel confident about their results. 

If you are nervous about all the physics practicals then you should click here to get instant solutions. Remember that practical exams carry a significant weightage in your final results for Physics in CBSE class 12 and prepare for practicals very well.

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Killexams : Ethereum PoW Network Sees Complaints on Day 1 Amid Data Goof-Up

Ethereum PoW, the version of the Ethereum blockchain that continues to run on a proof-of-work (PoW) consensus mechanism, experienced a dismal first day as it ran into teething problems.

Some Twitter users complained they weren't able to access the network using the information provided by the Ethereum PoW Twitter channel, while some reported problems accessing the network’s web servers.

The blockchain was established as a fork of the Ethereum network, which switched to a proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus mechanism on Thursday in an event known as the Merge. The PoS network now continues as Ethereum.

CoinDesk wasn't able to access Ethereum PoW’s web servers using links provided. Multiple attempts by a reporter to add the network to a crypto wallet had failed as of Friday morning.

SmartBCH, a scaling tool for Bitcoin Cash, pointed out in a tweet that the network issues were likely the result of Ethereum PoW using the same Chain ID used by a SmartBCH testnet. Several confirmed the issue.

A Chain ID is a set of numbers used by the browser-based crypto wallet MetaMask to sign transactions for the network. An incorrect Chain ID causes transactions to fail because users aren't connected to the correct network, rendering a network unusable.

Meanwhile, the price of ETHW, the native token of Ethereum PoW, fell in the past 24 hours, likely because users received the new tokens and instantly sold them on the open market. The tokens are listed on several exchanges, including OKX.

The tokens traded at over $42 on Thursday before the Merge and fell as much as 78% to as low as $8.20 in early European hours Friday. Futures tracking ETHW traded at over $54 when they were issued in the first week of September.


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