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Feb 13, 2023 (The Expresswire) -- Network Troubleshooting Software Market Size 2023-2029 | New Report (122 Pages) | In This Reports Network Troubleshooting Software Market and its business scene, significant issues, answers for relieving the upgrading risk, methodologies, future lookout, and possibilities, Other than the standard design reports, Top Network Troubleshooting Software Companies (Pingman Tools, Martello Technologies, Obkio, Tarlogic Security, Splunk, SolarWinds Network Management, Integrated Research, Spiceworks, ThousandEyes, Cisco, InfoVista, Domotz, SolarWinds MSP, Flowmon Networks, Savvius, SolarWinds, NetBrain Technologies, LiveAction, Riverbed Technologies, Sinefa, ManageEngine) with the best facts and figures, definitions, SWOT and PESTAL analysis, expert opinions and the latest trends around the world.

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Moreover, the Network Troubleshooting Software Market Report includes data on research and development, New product launches, product feedback from global and regional markets by key players. This structured analysis provides a graphical representation and strategic breakdown of the Network Troubleshooting Software market by region.

Who are the key players in the Network Troubleshooting Software market?

List of TOP KEY PLAYERS in Network Troubleshooting Software Market Report are: -

● Pingman Tools
● Martello Technologies
● Obkio
● Tarlogic Security
● Splunk
● SolarWinds Network Management
● Integrated Research
● Spiceworks
● ThousandEyes
● Cisco
● InfoVista
● Domotz
● SolarWinds MSP
● Flowmon Networks
● Savvius
● SolarWinds
● NetBrain Technologies
● LiveAction
● Riverbed Technologies
● Sinefa
● ManageEngine

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Network Troubleshooting Software Market Analysis and Insights

This report aims to provide a comprehensive presentation of the global market for Network Troubleshooting Software, with both quantitative and qualitative analysis, to help readers develop business/growth strategies, assess the market competitive situation, analyze their position in the current marketplace, and make informed business decisions regarding Network Troubleshooting Software.

The Network Troubleshooting Software market size, estimations, and forecasts are provided in terms of and revenue (USD millions), considering 2023 as the base year, with history and forecast data for the period from 2017 to 2029. This report segments the global Network Troubleshooting Software market comprehensively. Regional market sizes, concerning products by types, by application, and by players, are also provided. The influence of COVID-19 and the Russia-Ukraine War were considered while estimating market sizes.

The Research Report includes specific segments by region (country), by company, by Type and by Application. This study provides information about the sales and revenue during the historic and forecasted period of 2017 to 2029. Ask For trial Report

For a more in-depth understanding of the market, the report provides profiles of the competitive landscape, key competitors, and their respective market ranks. The report also discusses technological trends and new product developments.

The report will help the Network Troubleshooting Software companies, new entrants, and industry chain related companies in this market with information on the revenues for the overall market and the sub-segments across the different segments, by company, product type, application, and regions.

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What segments are covered Network Troubleshooting Software Market report?

Product Type Insights

Global markets are presented by Network Troubleshooting Software type, along with growth forecasts through 2029. Estimates on revenue are based on the price in the supply chain at which the Network Troubleshooting Software are procured by the companies.

This report has studied every segment and provided the market size using historical data. They have also talked about the growth opportunities that the segment may pose in the future. This study bestows revenue data by type, and during the historical period (2017-2023) and forecast period (2023-2029).

Segmentby Type - Network Troubleshooting Software Market

● Cloud-Based ● On-Premises

Application Insights

This report has provided the market size (revenue data) by application, during the historical period (2018-2023) and forecast period (2023-2029).

This report also outlines the market trends of each segment and consumer behaviors impacting the Network Troubleshooting Software market and what implications these may have on the industry's future. This report can help to understand the relevant market and consumer trends that are driving the Network Troubleshooting Software market.

Segment by Application - Network Troubleshooting Software Market

● Large Enterprises ● Medium-Sized Enterprise ● Small Enterprises

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What is the Network Troubleshooting Software market Share?

Network Troubleshooting Software Market Shareby Company Type Report is designed to incorporate both qualify qualitative and quantitative aspects of the industry with respect to each of the regions and countries involved in the study. This report also provides a balanced and detailed analysis of the on-going Network Troubleshooting Software trends, opportunities/high growth areas, Network Troubleshooting Software market drivers which would help the investors to device and align their market strategies according to the current and future market dynamics.

The Global Network Troubleshooting Software Market Share report is provided for the international markets as well as development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status. Development policies and plans are discussed as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures are also analyzed. This report additionally states import/export consumption, supply and demand Figures, cost, price, revenue, and gross margins.

Which region has the largest share in Global Network Troubleshooting Software Market?

Regional Outlook

This section of the report provides key insights regarding various regions and the key players operating in each region. Economic, social, environmental, technological, and political factors have been taken into consideration while assessing the growth of the particular region/country. The readers will also get their hands on the revenue and sales data of each region and country for the period 2017-2029.

The market has been segmented into various major geographies, including North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa. Detailed analysis of major countries such as the USA, Germany, the U.K., Italy, France, China, Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia, and India will be covered within the regional segment. For market estimates, data are going to be provided for 2023 because of the base year, with estimates for 2023 and forecast revenue for 2029.

This Report lets you identify the opportunities in Network Troubleshooting Software Market by means of a region:

● North America ● Europe ● Asia-Pacific ● South America ● The Middle East and Africa

COVID-19 and Russia-Ukraine War Influence Analysis

The readers in the section will understand how the Network Troubleshooting Software market scenario changed across the globe during the pandemic, post-pandemic and Russia-Ukraine War. The study is done keeping in view the changes in aspects such as demand, consumption, transportation, consumer behavior, supply chain management, export and import, and production. The industry experts have also highlighted the key factors that will help create opportunities for players and stabilize the overall industry in the years to come.

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● Strong qualitative and quantitative market analysis based on the segment breakdown within the consideration of both economic as well as non-economic factors. ● Market evaluation based on market value (Data in USD Billion) for each segment breakdown. ● Indicates of the region and segment breakdown that is expected to witness the fastest growth rate and acts as market dominant. ● Analysis of geography highlighting, the region vice consumption of the product/service and an indication of the factors that are affecting the market within each region. ● The competitive landscape encompasses the market ranking of the major market competitors, new service/product launches, partnerships, business expansions, and acquisitions in the past five years of companies profiled. ● The company profiles section provides an understanding of the company overview, company insights, product benchmarking, and SWOT analysis for the major market players. ● Current as well as the future market outlook of the industry with respect to recent developments (which involve growth opportunities and drivers as well as challenges and restraints of both emerging as well as developed regions). ● In-depth analysis of the market through Porter’s Five Forces Analysis. ● Provides insight into the market through Value Chain. ● The understanding of market dynamics scenario, growth opportunities of the market for the period of forecast. ● 6-month post-sales analyst support.

Key questions answered in the report:

● What is the growth potential of the Network Troubleshooting Software market? ● Which product segment will take the lion’s share? ● Which regional market will emerge as a pioneer in the years to come? ● Which application segment will experience strong growth? ● What growth opportunities might arise in the Network Troubleshooting Software industry in the years to come? ● What are the most significant challenges that the Network Troubleshooting Software market could face in the future? ● Who are the leading companies on the Network Troubleshooting Software market? ● What are the main trends that are positively impacting the growth of the market? ● What growth strategies are the players considering to stay in the Network Troubleshooting Software market?

Detailed Table of Content of Global Network Troubleshooting Software Market Research Report 2023

1 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Overview
1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Network Troubleshooting Software
1.2 Network Troubleshooting Software Segment by Type
1.3 Network Troubleshooting Software Segment by Application
1.4 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Market Size Estimates and Forecasts

2 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Competition by Manufacturers
2.1 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Market Share by Manufacturers (2017-2023)
2.2 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Revenue Market Share by Manufacturers (2017-2023)
2.3 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Average Price by Manufacturers (2017-2023)
2.4 Manufacturers Network Troubleshooting Software Manufacturing Sites, Area Served, Product Type
2.5 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Competitive Situation and Trends
2.6 Manufacturers Mergers and Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

3 Network Troubleshooting Software Retrospective Market Scenario by Region
3.1 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Retrospective Market Scenario in Sales by Region: 2017-2023
3.2 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Retrospective Market Scenario in Revenue by Region: 2017-2023
3.3 North America Network Troubleshooting Software Market Facts and Figures by Country
3.4 Europe Network Troubleshooting Software Market Facts and Figures by Country
3.5 Asia Pacific Network Troubleshooting Software Market Facts and Figures by Region

4 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Historic Market Analysis by Type
4.1 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Market Share by Type (2017-2023)
4.2 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Revenue Market Share by Type (2017-2023)
4.3 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Price by Type (2017-2023)

5 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Historic Market Analysis by Application
5.1 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Market Share by Application (2017-2023)
5.2 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Revenue Market Share by Application (2017-2023)
5.3 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Price by Application (2017-2023)

6 Key Companies Profiled

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7 Network Troubleshooting Software Manufacturing Cost Analysis
7.1 Network Troubleshooting Software Key Raw Materials Analysis
7.2 Proportion of Manufacturing Cost Structure
7.3 Manufacturing Process Analysis of Network Troubleshooting Software
7.4 Network Troubleshooting Software Industrial Chain Analysis

8 Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers
8.1 Marketing Channel
8.2 Network Troubleshooting Software Distributors List
8.3 Network Troubleshooting Software Customers

9 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Dynamics
9.1 Network Troubleshooting Software Industry Trends
9.2 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Drivers
9.3 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Challenges
9.4 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Restraints

10 Global Market Forecast
10.1 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Estimates and Projections by Type
10.2 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Estimates and Projections by Application
10.3 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Estimates and Projections by Region

11 Research Finding and Conclusion

12 Methodology and Data Source
12.1 Methodology/Research Approach
12.2 Data Source
12.3 Author List
12.4 Disclaimer

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Killexams : CompTIA Certification Guide: Overview and Career Paths

Headquartered near Chicago, CompTIA is a nonprofit trade association made up of more than 2,000 member organizations and 3,000 business partners. Although the organization focuses on educating and certifying IT professionals, CompTIA also figures prominently in philanthropy and public policy advocacy.

CompTIA certification program overview

CompTIA’s vendor-neutral certification program is one of the best recognized in the IT industry. Since CompTIA developed its A+ credential in 1993, it has issued more than two million certifications.

In early 2018, CompTIA introduced its CompTIA Infrastructure Career Pathway. While you’ll still see the same familiar certifications that form the bedrock of the CompTIA certification portfolio, this new career pathway program more closely aligns CompTIA certifications to the real-world skills that IT professionals need to ensure success when managing and supporting IT infrastructures.

CompTIA certifications are grouped by skill set. Currently, CompTIA certs fall info four areas: Core, Infrastructure, Cybersecurity and Additional Professional certifications.

  • Core Certifications: Designed to build core foundational skills, CompTIA offers four Core certifications: IT Fundamentals+ (a pre-career certification focused on IT foundation framework), CompTIA A+ (focused on user support and device connectivity), CompTIA Network+ (targeting core system connections with endpoint devices), and CompTIA Security+ (focused on entry level cybersecurity skills).
  • Infrastructure Certifications: Designed to complement the Network+ credential, you’ll find three Infrastructure certifications: CompTIA Server+ (focused on issues related to server support and administration), CompTIA Cloud+ (covering hybrid cloud, virtual system administration and deploying network storage resources), and CompTIA Linux+ (focused on Linux operating system administration and management).
  • Cybersecurity Certifications: CompTIA offers three cybersecurity credentials: CompTIA CySA+ (CySA stands for Cyber Security Analyst, and targets IT security behavioral analysts), CASP+ (CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner; focuses on professionals who design and implement security solutions), and the CompTIA PenTest+ (Penetration testing, targets professionals who conduct penetration and vulnerability testing).
  • Additional Professional Certifications: This category includes several credentials which don’t readily fit into any of the foregoing CompTIA career paths, including: CompTIA Project+, CompTIA CTT+ and CompTIA Cloud Essentials.

CompTIA Core Certifications

CompTIA IT Fundamentals+

CompTIA IT Fundamentals+ is ideal for beginners with a basic understanding of PC functionality and compatibility as well as familiarity with technology topics, such as hardware basics, software installation, security risks and prevention, and basic networking. It’s also ideal as a career planning or development tool for individuals beginning their IT careers or those seeking to make a career change. A single test is required to earn the credential. CompTIA launched a new IT Fundamentals+ test (Exam FC0-U61) in September 2018. This new test focuses on computing basics, database use, software development and IT infrastructure. The English version of the prior test (Exam FC0-U510) retires on July 15, 2019. Exams in other languages retire on December 1, 2019.

CompTIA A+

The CompTIA A+ certification has been described as an “entry-level rite of passage for IT technicians,” and for a good reason. This certification is designed for folks seeking a career as a help desk, support, service center or networking technician. It covers PC and laptop hardware, software installation, and configuration of computer and mobile operating systems. A+ also tests a candidate’s understanding of basic networking, troubleshooting and security skills, which serve as a springboard for CompTIA networking or security certifications or those offered by other organizations.

According to CompTIA, more than one million IT professionals hold the A+ certification. The A+ is required for Dell, Intel and HP service technicians and is recognized by the U.S. Department of Defense. CompTIA released new “Core” exams for the CompTIA A+ credential on January 15, 2019. These new exams provide additional focus on operational procedure competency and baseline security topics. Candidates must pass the Core 1 (exam 220-1001) and Core 2 (Exam 220-1002) exams. The Core 1 test targets virtualization, cloud computing, mobile devices, hardware, networking technology and troubleshooting. The Core 2 exams focuses on installation and configuring operating systems, troubleshooting software, operational procedures and security.

CompTIA Network+

Many IT professionals start with the A+ certification. While the A+ credential is recommended, if you have the experience and don’t feel a need for the A+, you can move directly to the CompTIA Network+ certification. It’s geared toward professionals who have at least nine months of networking experience. A candidate must be familiar with networking technologies, media, topologies, security, installation and configuration, and troubleshooting of common wired and wireless network devices. The Network+ certification is recommended or required by Dell, HP and Intel, and is also an accepted entry-point certification for the Apple Consultants Network. The Network+ credential meets the ISO 17024 standard and just like the A+, it is recognized by the U.S. DoD. A single test is required to earn the certification.

CompTIA Security+

CompTIA Security+ covers network security concepts, threats and vulnerabilities, access control, identity management, cryptography, and much more. Although CompTIA does not impose any prerequisites, the organization recommends that cert candidates obtain the Network+ credential and have at least two years of IT administration experience with a security focus. To obtain the Security+ certification candidates must pass on exam, SY0-501.

Infrastructure Certifications

CompTIA Linux+

The CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI certification is aimed at Linux network administrators with at least 12 months of Linux administration experience. Such experience should include installation, package management, GNU and Unix commands, shells, scripting, security and more. The A+ and Network+ certifications are recommended as a preamble to this certification but are not mandatory. Candidates must pass two exams (LX0-103 and LX0-104) to earn this credential. The exams must be taken in order, and candidates must pass test LX0-103 before attempting LX0-104. In 2018, CompTIA began testing a new beta test (XK1-004). The beta test offering ended October 22, 2018. New exams generally follow beta test tests so interested candidates should check the Linux+ web page for updates.

CompTIA Cloud+

As the cloud computing market continues to grow by leaps and bounds, the CompTIA Cloud+ certification has been keeping pace. This certification targets IT professionals with two to three years of experience in storage, networking or data center administration. A single exam, CV0-002, is required. It tests candidates’ knowledge of cloud technologies, hybrid and multicloud solutions, cloud markets, and incorporating cloud-based technology solutions into system operations.

CompTIA Server+

CompTIA Server+ aims at server administrators with 18 to 24 months of experience with server hardware and software technologies, and the A+ certification is recommended. The Server+ credential is recommended or required by HP, Intel and Lenovo for their server technicians. It is also recognized by Microsoft and the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). A single exam, SK0-004, is required to achieve this credential.

CompTIA Cybersecurity Certifications

CompTIA Cybersecurity Analyst (CySA+)

As cybercrime increases, the requirement for highly skilled information security analysts will continue to increase as well. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports anticipated growth of 28 percent for information security analysts between 2016 and 2026, the fastest rate of growth for all occupations. One of the newer additions to the CompTIA certification portfolio is the Cybersecurity Analyst (CySA+) certification. The CySA+ credential is specifically designed to meet the ever-growing need for experienced, qualified information security analysts.

CySA+ credential holders are well versed in the use of system threat-detection tools, as well as the use of data and behavioral analytics to secure applications and systems from risks, threats and other vulnerabilities. CySA+ certification holders are not only able to monitor network behavior, but analyze results and create solutions to better protect against advanced persistent threats (APTs), intrusions, malware and the like.

CompTIA describes CySA+ as a bridge cert between the Security+ credential (requiring two years’ experience) and the master-level Advanced Security Practitioner Certification (CASP), which requires 10 years of experience. To earn a CySA+, candidates must pass a performance-based exam.

CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner+ (CASP+)

While CompTIA no longer uses the “master” designation, the highly sought-after CASP+ certification is most certainly a master-level credential. Targeting practitioners, CASP is the only performance-based, hands-on certification currently available from CompTIA. This certification is designed for seasoned IT security professionals who plan, design and implement security solutions in an enterprise environment.

Although this certification doesn’t impose any explicit prerequisites, it’s not a bad idea to earn the Network+ and Security+ certifications before tackling the CASP exam. You should also have 10 years of IT administration experience plus a minimum of five years of technical security experience (thus securing this certification’s place as a “master” credential).

Booz Allen Hamilton, Network Solutions and Verizon Connect, among other companies, require CASP+ certification for certain positions. The U.S. Army and U.S. Navy also accept CASP+ as an industry-based certification required by employees and contractors who perform IT work in DoD data centers. The CASP+ certification requires that candidates pass the CAS-003 exam, which consists of 90 multiple-choice and performance-based questions.

CompTIA PenTest+

The latest additional to the CompTIA certification family is the CompTIA PenTest+. An intermediate-level credential, PenTest+ is designed to complement the CySA+. While CySA+ is defensive in nature (focusing on threat detection and response), the PenTest+ credential is offensive, focusing on using penetration testing to identify and manage network vulnerabilities across multiple spectra.

There are no mandatory prerequisites, but the Network+ and Security+ (or equivalent skills) are highly recommended, along with a minimum of two years of information security experience. Candidates pursuing the cybersecurity career path may take the PenTest+ or CySA+ credential in any order.

The test was released in July 2018, and is focused on communicating and reporting results, analyzing data, conducting penetration testing and scanning, and planning assessments. The test also tests a candidate’s knowledge of legal and compliance requirements.

Additional Professional Certifications

CompTIA Project+

The CompTIA Project+ certification focuses exclusively on project management and is ideal for project managers who are familiar with project lifecycles from planning to completion, who can finish a project on time and under budget. Project managers interested in this certification should have at least one year of project management experience overseeing small- to medium-sized projects. The Project+ credential requires that candidates pass a multiple-choice exam, PK0-004.

CompTIA Cloud Essentials

The CompTIA Cloud Essentials certification is geared toward individuals who understand the business aspects of cloud computing and how to move from in-house to cloud storage. In addition, they should be familiar with the impacts, risks and consequences of implementing a cloud-based solution. A single test is required to earn the credential.


The CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+) certification is perfect for anyone interested in technical training. It covers instructor skills, such as preparation, presentation, communication, facilitation and evaluation, in vendor-neutral fashion. Adobe, Cisco, Dell, IBM, Microsoft and Ricoh all recommend CTT+ to their trainers and accept it in lieu of their own in-house trainer certifications.

Two exams are required for the CTT+ credential: CompTIA CTT+ Essentials (TK0-201) and either CTT+ Classroom Performance Trainer (TK0-202) or CTT+ Virtual Classroom Trainer (TK0-203).

The CTT+ Classroom Performance Trainer and CTT+ Virtual Classroom Trainer are performance-based exams. In this case, you must submit a video or recording of your classroom (or virtual classroom sessions), and complete a form that documents your training preparation, delivery and student evaluations.

In addition to certification levels, CompTIA groups its certifications into several career paths:

  • Information security
  • Network and cloud technologies
  • Hardware, services and infrastructure
  • IT management and strategy
  • Web and mobile
  • Software development
  • Training
  • Office productivity

The CompTIA Certifications page lets you pick a certification level and/or a career path and then returns a list of certifications to focus on. For example, one of the most popular career paths in IT is network administration. CompTIA’s Network and Cloud Technologies career path offers numerous certifications that can help you advance your network administration career, such as IT Fundamentals+, A+ and Network+ (Core certs), along with Cloud+ and Linux+ (Infrastructure certifications) and Cloud Essentials.

Those interested in network security (one of the fastest growing fields in IT) should consider the certifications in CompTIA’s Information Security career path. This includes all four of the Core credentials (IT Fundamentals, A+, Network+ and Security+) along with all cybersecurity certifications (CySA+, PenTest+ and CASP+).

CompTIA provides a comprehensive IT certification roadmap that encompasses certifications from CompTIA as well as a variety of other organizations, including Cisco, EC-Council, Microsoft, (ISC)2, ISACA, Mile2 and more.

Because CompTIA credentials do not focus on a single skill (such as networking or virtualization), CompTIA credential holders may find themselves in a variety of job roles depending on their experience, skill levels and areas of interest. Here are just a few of the possible careers that CompTIA credential holders may find themselves engaged in:

  • A+: Typically, A+ credential holders find work in support roles, such as support administrators, support technicians or support specialists.
  • Network+: Network+ professionals primarily work in network-related roles, such as network analysts, administrators or support specialists. Credential holders may also work as network engineers, field technicians or network help desk technicians.
  • CySA+ Security Analyst: Common roles for professionals interested in cybersecurity, information security and risk analysis may engage in roles that include security engineers, cybersecurity analysts or specialists, threat or vulnerability analysts, or analysts for security operations centers (SOCs).
  • Security+: Security spans a variety of jobs, such as network, system or security administrators, security managers, certified or administrators, and security consultants.
  • Server+: Roles for server professionals include storage and server administrators, as well as server support or IT/server technicians.
  • Linux+: Linux professionals often work in roles such as Linux database administrators, network administrators or web administrators.
  • Cloud+/Cloud Essentials: Cloud+ credential holders typically work as cloud specialists, developers or system and network administrators. Cloud Essentials professionals tend to work in areas related to cloud technical sales or business development.
  • CASP+: Common roles for CASP+ credential holders include cybersecurity specialists, InfoSec specialists, information security professionals and security architects.
  • Project+: Project+ credential holders typically engage in project leadership roles, such as project managers, coordinators and directors, or team leads.

While the examples above are by no means exhaustive, they provide an overview of some available careers. Your career choices are limited only by your interests, imagination and determination to achieve your personal goals.

CompTIA training and resources

CompTIA provides various and extensive training options, including classroom training, study materials and e-learning. A wide range of CompTIA Authorized Training Provider Partners (CAPPs), such as Global Knowledge, Learning Tree International and more, operate all over the world. Classroom and online/e-learning offerings range in cost from $2,000 to $4,000, depending on the particulars. Visit the CompTIA Training page for more details.

CompTIA works with third parties to offer self-study materials (the search tool is available here). Content that has been through a vetting process is branded with the CompTIA Approved Quality Content (CAQC) logo. Other materials that allow you to study at your own pace, such as audio segments, lesson activities and additional resources, are available through the CompTIA Marketplace.

Finally, every CompTIA A+, Linux+, Network+, Server+, Security+ and IT Fundamentals+ certification candidates must check out CertMaster, CompTIA’s online test prep tool. CertMaster helps you determine which subjects you know well and those you need to brush up on, and suggests training to help you fill in the gaps.

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Killexams : U.S. Wireless Network Quality Performance Study

As wireless network and phone technology has improved, customer usage patterns and overall reliance on wireless devices have evolved. Carriers that meet customers’ expectations and provide a satisfying network quality experience are well positioned to Boost customer satisfaction, influence brand advocacy and loyalty, increase monthly spend and maximize sales.

The Solution

The J.D. Power Wireless Network Quality Performance StudySM measures satisfaction based on recent customer usage activities in three areas that impact network performance: calling, messaging and data connections. Full-service and non-contract wireless carriers may use study data to:

  • Measure critical factors that impact customers’ perceptions of network quality performance across key customer segments like contract vs. non-contract, metro vs. rural and device type
  • Identify carriers’ areas of strength and weakness overall and by key customer segments
  • Track performance on a quarterly basis via performance scorecards

The Benefits

A study subscription provides access to the tools you need to gain a comprehensive, in-depth understanding of how your company is performing and to identify any areas that need improvement.

Deliverables include:

  • A management discussion and on-site executive presentation that provide insights into key industry trends and study findings, allowing your company to maximize performance and prioritize improvement initiatives
  • Access to competitive data sets, allowing a comparison of your company’s performance against competitors, the industry and the highest performers
  • Data analysis via SPSS Data and mTABWeb™ files that allows for segmentation at the national and regional levels as well as the 35 largest metro statistical areas, by specific device type (smartphone vs. traditional handset) and at the brand and model levels
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Detailed TOC of Global Network Troubleshooting Tools Market Research Report 2022 - Impact of COVID-19 on the Market

1Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketOverview
1.1ProductOverviewandScopeofNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsMarket
1.2Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketSegmentbyType
1.5GlobalMarketSize(Revenue)ofNetwork Troubleshooting Tools(2017-2029)
1.6InfluenceofRegionalConflictsontheNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsIndustry
1.7ImpactofCarbonNeutralityontheNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsIndustry

2Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketUpstreamandDownstreamAnalysis
2.1Network Troubleshooting ToolsIndustrialChainAnalysis


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4GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsMarketLandscapebyPlayer
4.1GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSalesandSharebyPlayer(2017-2022)
4.2GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsRevenueandMarketSharebyPlayer(2017-2022)
4.3GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsAveragePricebyPlayer(2017-2022)
4.4GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsGrossMarginbyPlayer(2017-2022)
4.5Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketCompetitiveSituationandTrends

5GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,Revenue,PriceTrendbyType
5.1GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSalesandMarketSharebyType(2017-2022)
5.2GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsRevenueandMarketSharebyType(2017-2022)
5.3GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsPricebyType(2017-2022)
5.4GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,RevenueandGrowthRatebyType(2017-2022)
5.4.1GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,RevenueandGrowthRateofWallMounted(2017-2022)
5.4.2GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,RevenueandGrowthRateofFloorMounted(2017-2022)

6GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsMarketAnalysisbyApplication
6.1GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsConsumptionandMarketSharebyApplication(2017-2022)
6.2GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsConsumptionRevenueandMarketSharebyApplication(2017-2022)
6.3GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsConsumptionandGrowthRatebyApplication(2017-2022)

7GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSalesandRevenueRegionWise(2017-2022)
7.1GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSalesandMarketShare,RegionWise(2017-2022)
7.2GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsRevenueandMarketShare,RegionWise(2017-2022)
7.3GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,Revenue,PriceandGrossMargin(2017-2022)
7.4UnitedStatesNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,Revenue,PriceandGrossMargin(2017-2022)
7.5EuropeNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,Revenue,PriceandGrossMargin(2017-2022)

8GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsMarketForecast(2022-2029)
8.1GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,RevenueForecast(2022-2029)
8.2GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSalesandRevenueForecast,RegionWise(2022-2029)
8.3GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,RevenueandPriceForecastbyType(2022-2029)
8.4GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsConsumptionForecastbyApplication(2022-2029)
8.5Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketForecastUnderCOVID-19

9.1Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketDriversAnalysis
9.2Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketRestraintsandChallenges
9.3Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketOpportunitiesAnalysis
9.5Network Troubleshooting ToolsIndustryTechnologyStatusandTrends



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Killexams : How to Set Up Troubleshooter Shortcuts in Windows 10 & 11 © Provided by MUO

Windows 11 and 10 include various troubleshooting tools you can open via Settings and the Control Panel. There are troubleshooters for fixing Bluetooth, internet, Windows Update, audio, hardware, printer, video, and MS Store app-related errors that arise. Those troubleshooters detect issues and either automatically apply or suggest potential fixes to resolve them.

Adding troubleshooter shortcuts to Windows 11/10 will save you from rummaging through Settings or the Control Panel whenever you need to access them. You can create troubleshooter shortcuts on the Windows 11/10 desktop, taskbar, Start menu, and even context menu with the methods below.

How to a Set Up a Desktop Shortcut for Opening the Troubleshooting Applet

Most users probably go through Settings to bring up troubleshooters. However, Control Panel’s Troubleshooting applet includes more troubleshooters than the Settings app. Adding a desktop shortcut for opening the applet will enable you to access all troubleshooters included within it more quickly.

You can create a Troubleshooting shortcut on the Windows desktop in the following steps:

  1. Right-click any part of the desktop area and select New.
  2. Click the Shortcut option on the New submenu.
  3. Input explorer shell:::{C58C4893-3BE0-4B45-ABB5-A63E4B8C8651} inside the location box, and select the Create Shortcut wizard’s Next option.
  4. Erase the default shortcut title, and type Troubleshooting Applet in the text box.
  5. Select Finish to add the Troubleshooting Applet desktop shortcut.

Double-click the new desktop shortcut you just added to open the Troubleshooting applet. There you can click Programs, Hardware and Sound, Network and Internet, or System and Security to view and access different categories of troubleshooters. Alternatively, select View all open to bring up a full list of troubleshooters. You can click any troubleshooter there to open it.

The Troubleshooting shortcut will have the same folder library icon as Explorer’s taskbar button. If you would prefer something else, you can change the icon via the shortcut’s properties window. Check out our guide about how to customize icons on Windows for details.

How to Set Up Taskbar and Start Menu Troubleshooting Shortcuts

You can easily convert the Troubleshooting Applet desktop shortcut into a taskbar or Start menu one. To do so in Windows 11, click the Troubleshooting Applet shortcut with the right mouse button and select Show more options. Select Pin to taskbar on the classic menu to stick the same shortcut on the taskbar. Or click Pin to Start to have one for opening the Troubleshooting applet from the pinned area of the Start menu.

Then you may as well remove the desktop shortcut if a taskbar or Start menu one is preferred. Right-click Troubleshooting Applet to select Delete (the trash bin icon in Windows 11).

How to Set Up a Troubleshooting Hotkey

A Troubleshooting desktop shortcut can also become a convenient hotkey in a few quick steps. All you have to do is set a key combination for activating the desktop shortcut. Then you can open the Troubleshooting applet by pressing a Ctrl + Alt key combo. These are the steps for setting up a hotkey that opens the Troubleshooting applet:

  1. Create a desktop shortcut for opening the Troubleshooting applet as outlined in the first method.
  2. Right-click the Troubleshooting shortcut and select Properties.
  3. Click inside the box labeled Shortcut key.
  4. Press T (for troubleshooting) to establish a Ctrl + Alt + T key combination.
  5. Select Apply to save your new troubleshooting hotkey.
  6. Click OK or X to close the Shortcut tab and window.

Now you can access the Troubleshooting applet with a key combo. Press Ctrl + Alt + T to open that applet and access its troubleshooters. That hotkey depends on the desktop shortcut you set it for. So, you’ve got to leave the shortcut on the desktop.

How to Set Up Shortcuts for Opening Specific Troubleshooters

You can also set up shortcuts for opening any specific troubleshooters included within the Troubleshooting Control Panel applet. Each troubleshooter there has a pack ID with which you can set up a desktop shortcut for opening it. You can set up a troubleshooter shortcut in such a way via the Create Shortcut wizard with the following command:

msdt.exe /id <diagnostic_id>

The above command must include an genuine diagnostic_id for the troubleshooter. This MSDT page has a list of troubleshooting pack IDs you can include in that command. These are the diagnostic ID commands for some of the more useful troubleshooters:

msdt.exe /id WindowsUpdateDiagnostic

msdt.exe /id SearchDiagnostic

msdt.exe /id DeviceDiagnostic

msdt.exe /id PrinterDiagnostic

msdt.exe /id NetworkDiagnosticsWeb

msdt.exe /id AudioPlaybackDiagnostic

You can set up a desktop shortcut for a specific troubleshooter much the same as the Troubleshooting applet. Go through the same steps in this guide’s instructions for setting up a desktop shortcut, but input a troubleshooter diagnostic ID command at step three instead. Enter a different name for the shortcut in step four, and select the Finish option.

Double-clicking that desktop shortcut will open whatever troubleshooter you set it to with the diagnostic ID command. Then you can also pin that desktop shortcut to the taskbar or Start menu just the same as the Troubleshooting applet one. Or set up a hotkey for opening the troubleshooting tool as outlined in this guide’s keyboard shortcut instructions.

How to Add a Troubleshooters Submenu to the Context Menu

The right-click context menu is another place you can add Troubleshooting shortcuts in Windows 11/10. You can set up a Troubleshooters submenu on the Windows 11/10 context menu that includes shortcuts for opening different parts of the Troubleshooting applet. To do that, you only need to download and run a premade registry script like this:

  1. Open the Add Troubleshooters Context Menu Softpedia page.
  2. Select that registry script’s Download Now option.
  3. Click the Secure download (US) option.
  4. Go into File Explorer (press Win + E to open), and bring up the directory containing the registry script’s ZIP archive.
  5. Select to extract the troubleshooters-context-menu.zip archive. Our guide to unzipping ZIP files on Windows includes instructions for extracting these archives.
  6. Open the extracted troubleshooters-context-menu folder.
  7. Double-click the Add Troubleshooters To Desktop Context Menu.reg file.
  8. Click Yes on the prompt that asks for user confirmation to apply the script.

You will now see a new Troubleshooters submenu on your desktop’s context menu. Right-click any space within the desktop wallpaper area and select Show more options on Windows 11’s context menu. Move the cursor over the Troubleshooters submenu to view its shortcuts.

There you can select Classic Troubleshooting applet to bring up the Troubleshooting home screen in the Control Panel. Select All Categories to open the full list of troubleshooters. Or click Programs, Hardware and Sound, Network and Internet, and System Security to view category pages for opening troubleshooters.

The troubleshooters-context-menu folder also includes a script for removing the Troubleshooters submenu. Double-click Remove Troubleshooters From Desktop Context Menu.reg in that folder to run that script. Then select Yes to erase the submenu from the context menu.

Make Some Shortcuts for Accessing Troubleshooters in Windows

So, now you can create Windows shortcuts for opening the Troubleshooting applet and more specific troubleshooters in various ways. You can create a general Troubleshooting Control Panel desktop, taskbar, keyboard, or context menu shortcut for accessing all troubleshooting tools. Or set up shortcuts that supply you more direct access to the specific troubleshooting tools you utilize more regularly.

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Killexams : Children use the same brain network as adults for tough problems

Children as young as 4 years old show evidence of a network in the brain found in adults that tackles difficult cognitive problems, a new study found.

The multiple demand network helps people focus their attention, juggle several things in memory at the same time, and solve difficult problems like those involving math.

And while this network is not fully developed in kids, the study showed it operated similarly as it does in adults, said Zeynep Saygin, senior author of the study and assistant professor of psychology at The Ohio State University.

The study involved adults and 4- to 12-year-old children whose brains were scanned in an fMRI while they tried to complete a difficult task.

"We found that the multiple demand network was a distinct network even in young children, and was separate from the language network, just as it is in adults," Saygin said.

"That was something that wasn't known for sure. One alternative would have been that it takes time for these separate networks in the brain to differentiate themselves in children, but that's not what we found."

The study was led by Elana Schettini, a graduate student in psychology at Ohio State, and the results were published online recently in the Journal of Neuroscience. Ohio State graduate student Kelly Hiersche was also a co-author.

The results may help identify disruptions in the neurodevelopment of cognitive control among clinical samples, such as children struggling with ADHD, conduct disorder, or brain injuries, which could eventually inform treatment development.

"By identifying typical variability in the relationship between neural activation and performance on task, we can gain a better understanding of what is considered normal vs. abnormal" Schettini said.

The study involved 44 adults 18 to 38 years old and 37 children aged 4 to 12.

While being scanned in the fMRI, study participants were given a relatively difficult task: They were shown a series of grids containing nine to 12 squares, some of which were blue. They were then shown two grids, and they had to choose which one matched the sequence of blue squares they had seen in earlier grids. Children were given easier trials than adults.

The same participants also completed a language task where they listened to meaningful sentences and control conditions. In adults, the language brain network is spatially adjacent to, but separate from, the multiple demand network. But children's language skills are also still developing and so it was unclear whether the multiple demand network also supports this skill as it develops.

Results showed that the same area of the brain -- the multiple demand network, located in the frontal and parietal cortices -- was activated in both children and adults when they completed the challenging task, and not at all activated for the language task.

There were reasons to expect that kids wouldn't have a multiple demand network similar to adults, Saygin said.

"We know that children aren't always good at knowing what to focus on, they are distracted easily, and they don't always do well when presented with difficult problems. So it wasn't a given that they would be using the same multiple demand network that adults use," she said.

"But even in 4-year-olds this network is pretty robust and is very distinct from the language network."

There were some differences from adults. The response magnitude seen in the brain was smaller in children as they tried to solve the task, indicating it takes years for the brain to mature and "ramp up" to adult levels, she said.

But even in children, multiple demand brain activation reflected how hard they tried and how well they performed during the task, regardless of age; individual variability in performance was reflected in the brain activation at all ages.

"The findings supply us a better understanding of how high-level cognition emerges in humans and could help us design interventions for when people have issues with cognitive control," Saygin said.

The researchers received support from Ohio State's Center for Cognitive and Behavioral Brain Imaging and the Ohio Supercomputer Center. Saygin was supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the Chronic Brain Injury Initiative at Ohio State.

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Killexams : Study analyzes the anatomical and spatial organization of the human brain

Emiliano Bruner, a paleoneurologist at the Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH), and Tim Schuurman, a doctoral candidate in his research group, have just published a paper in the Journal of Anatomy that employs anatomical network analysis to study the spatial organization of the brain in modern humans, as well as the spatial constraints that influence its evolution and development.

This is the first study to cover all the regions of the brain, including the subcortical ones, in an analysis of these anatomical networks. The results indicate that the internal gyri of the temporal lobes and the lowest parts of the brain are the elements with the most spatial constraints, which would have limited the possibility of major variations over the course of evolution. The study also draws out a division between the upper and lower regions, matching a similar separation of the elements of the braincase, which are freer to vary their morphology in the vault, but more tightly constrained geometrically at the base.

"In primates, the base of the skull is a complex anatomical system that participates in vital biological functions such as posture or chewing, so that it exercises a strong influence over the spatial organization of the brain. By contrast, the vault of the skull is a relatively simple anatomical system, in which the cranial elements are molded principally by the growth of the brain," explains Schuurman.

The objective of this research was to pinpoint key regions in the geometric balance of the brain in , to identify underlying patterns of spatial organization and understand how these could affect the evolution of cerebral morphology.

Earlier analyses conducted with simpler models had already highlighted a certain geometric complexity in the external surfaces of the temporal lobes. The present study shows that the situation for their deeper regions is also complicated.

"For instance, in the case of the parahippocampal gyrus, a fold of the brain that lies on the lower surface of each brain hemisphere, the constraints imposed on it are due to its great size and elongated shape. Transversal studies in multiple species of extant vertebrates seem to support the idea that the is one of the most ancient and stable regions in the brain," adds Schuurman.

This model is a starting point for developing comparisons at both the phylogenetic and ontogenetic levels, to reveal limitations upon our architecture which could offer alternative insights into different pathological conditions.

More information: Tim Schuurman et al, A comprehensive anatomical network analysis of human brain topology, Journal of Anatomy (2023). DOI: 10.1111/joa.13828

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  • Check your offer email and ensure that we receive all outstanding documents as soon as possible. 
  • Send official documents and transcripts directly from your institution or study abroad adviser. This includes transcript services such as Parchment or National Student Clearinghouse.
  • Any requested documents should be sent to gc@lse.ac.uk.
  • We cannot accept hard copy documents

LSE accommodation:

All General Course students who have accepted their offer and made their accommodation booking by the deadline of 9 June 2023 are guaranteed a place in LSE or University of London accommodation (subject to availability).

Bookings continue to be accepted after 9 June whilst rooms remain available so offer holders are encouraged to make their booking as soon as possible.

  • Browse and learn more about our available student accommodation on the accommodation webpages.
  • Apply for accommodation using the LSE Student Accommodation System.
  • You must have accepted your offer in order to be considered for guaranteed accommodation.
  • Plan to arrive in London and move into your accommodation by Sunday 17 September 2023. 

Private accommodation:

General Course students can also opt to find housing in the private sector.

  • If you wish to live in private accommodation, please visit our accommodation pages for further information and advice.
  • Apply by downloading, completing and submitting the General Course Scholarship Application Form by June 1 2023. If you have any questions please email gc@lse.ac.uk
  • Please ensure that you read the guidance on the last page of the application form.
  • Please return your application form, including an academic reference (this can be the same as the one used on your initial GC application) by email to financial-support@lse.ac.uk by 1 June 2023. We cannot accept hard copy applications.

The Financial Undertaking Form (FUF) tells us who will be paying your LSE tuition fee.

  • You will receive an email requesting that you complete the FUF. Please complete the form as soon as possible once you receive it, as this informs us who should receive the invoice.
  • Please speak with your study abroad advisor prior to completing the form if you are unsure of how your LSE tuition fee will be paid.
  • If you are applying for scholarships or financial aid, you will still need to complete the form so that we can invoice the correct person. Fill out the details regardless of potential funding, and this can be taken into account if it is granted.
  • You will need to fill out this form before we can issue your CAS number (see 'Applying for a visa' below), which you will need for your visa application.

Obtaining a visa:

The General Course team is not legally permitted to supply you advice on obtaining a visa to enter the UK.

Visit the LSE Student Advice and Engagement Team webpages for information about visas. If you have any questions regarding visas then please contact the team by completing their online enquiry form.

Your CAS number:

Receiving a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) number is essential before you can complete your visa application. In order to be able to receive your CAS by the earliest possible issue date, ensure that you meet the following criteria:

  • You hold an unconditional offer.
  • You have accepted your offer on LSE for You.
  • You have returned a scanned copy of your passport photo page to gc@lse.ac.uk (we will email you to request this in the coming months).
  • You have completed the Financial Undertaking Form.

To help us better plan for the coming academic session, we require all General Course offer holders to confirm their course preferences prior to the formal course registration period in September.

  • You will be emailed and asked to complete an online survey to indicate your course preferences. These will then be reviewed and you will be contacted over the summer months should we have any comments or concerns. 
  • The courses you select at this stage will be used to allocate you to an academic department at LSE.
  • Please note that your course preferences are not guaranteed. However, we will do everything possible to ensure that you can join your preferred courses.
  • You will be asked in early September to officially register for your chosen courses.
  • When making your final course choices please consult the Undergraduate Course Catalogue and the additional guidance provided on course levels and economics options.
  • It is your responsibility to ensure that the courses you have chosen fit with your home university’s academic requirements. It is the responsibility of your home institution to determine whether credit will be awarded.

You are eligible for National Health Service (NHS) treatment once you have paid the compulsory immigration health surcharge.

Even if you are entitled to free NHS healthcare during your time in the UK, you may like to take out private health insurance. Private health services are often able to offer treatment faster than if you went through the NHS.

There are many companies who provide private healthcare insurance, but LSE is unable to make recommendations about the best provider for your needs.

 Get ready for LSE:

Before you arrive, we'll be hosting informal sessions to help answer your questions and supply you the opportunity to meet other General Course offer holders.

You can also look forward to our annual series of Destination LSE events, which allow offer holders from the same international region to connect before arriving at LSE.

Further information will be released in due course.

See more of life at LSE on social media:

To see what it's like to be a study abroad student at LSE, follow @LSE_GeneralCourse and #LSEStudyAbroad on Instagram.

Countdown to LSE

This short video covers everything you need to have done before arriving at LSE. Watch the 2022-23 video on YouTube.


This page was last reviewed on 15 February 2023.

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Killexams : The nation's EV charging network is due to get a significant upgrade

In late 2021, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act passed, creating the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program (NEVI) to support the creation of a nationwide fast-charging network. There’s much work to do, as a new study from the Great Plains Institute shows a need for more than 1,000 DC fast-charging (DCFC) stations to meet the program’s goals.

The study looked at non-Tesla DCFC stations, of which there are 4,943 in the contiguous 48 states. Among them, only 509 stations meet the requirements laid out under the NEVI program, which include:

  • Charging stations must have at least four DCFC ports with CCS connectors and the ability to charge four EVs simultaneously at 150 kW each for a combined capacity of 600 kW or more.
  • Stations must be spaced no more than 50 miles apart on designated corridors and located within one mile of the corridor.

Another 1,104 stations are required for there to be a compliant charging location every 50 miles of interstate highway, including a first phase of 1,084 chargers on highways designated as EV alternative fuel corridors and an additional 20 along other corridors. Alternative Fuel Corridors are proposed by states and recognized by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) as part of a network of alternative fuel sources, such as hydrogen, propane, EV charging, and natural gas.

Though the study identifies a need for more charging stations, it notes the possibility that the 4,434 non-compliant chargers could be upgraded to meet requirements. It also identifies 42,212 Level 2 public chargers in the country but did not include them in the data because of their long charging times.

The program set aside $5 billion and puts the buildout of the charging network in the states’ hands. States are expected to use NEVI money to build chargers along the designated corridors before moving on to other highways. The program rules note that a state can propose other non-designated areas, but the designated corridors have to be certified as meeting the two program criteria first. Even with this effort, the study notes that chargers located every 50 miles might not meet demand in high-traffic areas.

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Killexams : Study presents unexpected — and complicated — findings on link between alcohol and dementia

"We found that maintaining mild to moderate alcohol consumption as well as reducing alcohol consumption from a heavy to moderate level were associated with a decreased risk of dementia," said first author Dr. Keun Hye Jeon, an assistant professor at CHA Gumi Medical Center, CHA University in Gumi, South Korea, in an email.

But don't rush to the liquor store, experts say.

"This study was well done and is extremely robust with 4 million subjects, but we should be cautious not to over interpret the findings," said Alzheimer's researcher Dr. Richard Isaacson, a preventive neurologist at the Institute for Neurodegenerative Diseases of Florida. He was not involved in the new study.

Alcohol use can be a risk factor for breast and other cancers, and consuming too much can contribute to digestive problems, heart and liver disease, hypertension, stroke, and a weak immune system over time, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

There are red flags for Alzheimer's as well. For example, if a person has one or two copies of the APOE4 gene variant, which raises your risk of developing the mind-wasting disease, drinking is not a good choice, Isaacson said.

"Alcohol has been shown to be harmful for brain outcomes in people with that risk gene — and about 25% of the US population carries one copy of APOE4," he said.

Sizing up alcohol consumption

The connection between alcohol and health is complicated and unclear, experts say.

The connection between alcohol and health is complicated and unclear, experts say.

The new study examined the medical records of people covered by the Korean National Health Insurance Service (NHIS), which provides a free health test twice a year to insured South Koreans who are 40 and older. In addition to doing various tests, examiners asked about each person's drinking, smoking and exercise habits.

The study looked at the data collected in 2009 and 2011 and categorized people by their self-reported drinking levels. If a person said they drank less than 15 grams (approximately 0.5 ounces) of alcohol a day, they were considered "mild" drinkers.

In the United States, a standard drink contains 14 grams of alcohol, which is roughly the same as 12 ounces of regular beer, 5 ounces of wine or 1.5 ounces of distilled spirits.

If study participants told doctors they drank 15 to 29.9 grams a day — the equivalent of two standards drinks in the US — the researchers categorized them as "moderate" drinkers. And if people said they drank over 30 grams, or three or more drinks a day, researchers considered them "heavy" drinkers.

Researchers also looked at whether people sustained or changed the amount they drank between 2009 and 2011, Jeon said.

"By measuring alcohol consumption at two time points, we were able to study the relationship between reducing, ceasing, maintaining and increasing alcohol consumption and incident dementia," he said.

The team then compared that data to medical records in 2018 — seven or eight years later — to see if anyone studied had been diagnosed with dementia.

After adjusting for age, sex, smoking, exercise level and other demographic factors, researchers found people who said they drank at a mild level over time — about a drink a day — were 21% less likely to develop dementia than people who never drank.

People who said they continued to drink at moderate level, or about two drinks a day, were 17% less likely to develop dementia, the study found.

"One has to be cautious when interpreting studies using medical records. They can be fraught with challenges in how diseases are coded and studied," Isaacson said. "Any anytime you ask people to recall their behaviors, such as drinking, it leaves room for memory errors."

Dangers of increasing drinking over time

The positive pattern did not continue as drinking increased. People who drank heavily — three or more drinks a day — were 8% more likely to be diagnosed with dementia, the study found.

If heavy drinkers reduced their drinking over time to a moderate level, their risk of being diagnosed with Alzheimer's fell by 12%, and the risk of all-cause dementia fell by 8%.

However, people aren't very good at judging how much alcohol they are drinking, Isaacson said.

"People don't really monitor their pours of wine, for example," Isaacson said. "They may think they are drinking a standard-sized glass of wine, but it's really a glass and a half every time. Drink two of those pours and they've had three glasses of wine. That's no longer mild or moderate consumption."

In addition, too many people who think they are moderate drinkers do all of their drinking on weekends. Binge drinking is on the rise worldwide, even among adults, studies show.

"If someone downs five drinks on Saturday and Sunday that's 10 drinks a week so that would qualify as a moderate alcohol intake," Isaacson said. "To me, that is not that is not the same as having a glass of wine five days a week with a meal, which slows consumption."

The new study also found that starting to drink at a mild level was associated with a decreased risk of all-cause dementia and Alzheimer's, "which, to our knowledge, has never been reported in previous studies," the authors wrote.

However, "none of the existing health guidelines recommends starting alcohol drinking," Jeon said, adding that since the study was observational, no cause and effect can be determined.

"Our findings regarding a initiation of mild alcohol consumption cannot be directly translated into clinical recommendations, thereby warranting additional studies to confirm these associations further," Jeon said.

A study published in March 2022 found that just one pint of beer or glass of wine a day can shrink the overall volume of the brain, with the damage increasing as the number of daily drinks rises.
On average, people between 40 and 69 who drank a pint of beer or 6-ounce glass of wine per day for a month had brains that appeared two years older than those who only drank half of a beer, according to that previous study.

"I've never personally suggested someone to start drinking moderate amounts of alcohol if they were abstinent," Isaacson said. "But there's really not a one-size-fits-all approach towards counseling a patient on alcohol consumption."

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