MADRID .- The communications company Skype announced today the continuing problems that have caused millions of users around the world to lack access to their service.
“Our engineers and operations team are working tirelessly to return things to normal,” the company said on its Twitter account.
Skype stated on their blog yesterday through his spokesman, Peter Parkes, that problems arose in some of their “supernode” computers “that are like the telephone directories for Skype.”
Parkes said the company technicians were working to create new supernodes “as fast as they can”, but warned that the solution may take several hours”. “Certain features such as video calls in groups may need more time to return to normal,” said Parkes.
In the last few hours, Skype users worldwide have reported the loss of service thorugh the popular Internet communication system.