I have received many questions about what one can do if video conferencing services are not working flawlessly, especially when the video is choppy or audio is breaking up. To explain, we have to look at three different places where there could be problems:
1) Providers of services. These are upgrading as fast as they can. One example is that Swedish University Network (SUNET) has upgraded their hosted Zoom service from 20 000 to 120 000 simultaneous users.
2) The core of the Internet at the ISPs, which is holding together well at the moment.
Source The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS), in Swedish:
3) At home, where there are a few things you can do to increase the quality of your video conferencing:
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