Thousands hit by internet outage on East Coast

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By Noor Zainab Hussain and Munsif Vengattil | Reuters

Thousands of individuals crossed the U.S. East Coast faced wide net outage Tuesday, disrupting services offered by Google, Amazon, Zoom, Slack and different large tech firms.

Verizon Communications Inc, a large broadband services supplier successful the United States, alerted users astir a fibre chopped successful Brooklyn and said it has not yet estimated the repair time.

Amazon.com Inc’s unreality computing limb said it is investigating connectivity issues with an net provider, which was causing disruptions to AWS services, and successful crook to galore online services that trust connected it.

Outage monitoring website Downdetector.com besides showed reports of outages astatine Comcast Corp, Roblox Corp and Slack Technologies Inc.

“The Verizon and Comcast outages are the closest things we get to snowfall days during the pandemic,” a Twitter idiosyncratic said.

The Verizon and Comcast outages are the closest things we get to snowfall days during the pandemic.

— matt blaze (@mattblaze) January 26, 2021

Users connected retail trading platforms Charles Schwab Corp and Robinhood besides reported operational problems successful the marketplace league for the 2nd time successful a enactment connected Tuesday, according to Downdetector.com.

The outage monitoring website showed 791 idiosyncratic complaints astir server transportation and login issues from customers utilizing Robinhood, the fintech startup credited with helping popularize trading among millennials.

More than 200 Charles Schwab users said they faced problems with the website and could not log successful oregon spot trades, according to Downdetector.

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“Earlier this morning, we experienced an contented with slope balances not displaying accurately that has since been resolved. Trading functionality was not impacted,” a Charles Schwab spokeswoman said.

Robinhood said its level was functional.

Check backmost for updates.

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