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Measuring the Internet 1 March 2021

New Year, New Name: Insights Platform Is Now Internet Society Pulse

By Susannah GrayDirector, Communications

In order to align better with the Internet Society’s brand strategy, and to further differentiate our platform from other products with similar names, we have decided to rename our measurement platform.

As of 1 March, 2021, Insights will be known as Internet Society Pulse.

The new URL is:

A redirect will be implemented so that anyone navigating to the previous URL will be automatically taken to Internet Society Pulse.

And, if you follow us on Twitter, you’ll see that our handle has been changed from @isoc_insights to @isoc_pulse.

The platform’s look and feel will not change.

Looking Ahead

We launched Insights in early December 2020 and are extremely proud of the impact that the platform has had in just three short months. We’re looking forward to ramping up the platform further in 2021 and will be adding three new focus areas throughout the year:

In 2021, we’ll also expand our analysis and reporting offerings, increase our engagement with the Internet measurements community, bring on board more data partners, and add new features to the platform.

Stay up to date by signing up to our mailing list and by following us on Twitter.

Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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