Streaming Video Plans to Overcome P2P Traffic by 2011Added: Monday, June 7th, 2010
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The Cisco VNI Forecast, an annual research developed for the purpose of estimating worldwide IP traffic growth, is primarily focusing on two user teams: businesses and consumers. Cisco forecasting is based on traffic modeling, analysis and usage, as well as device information from independent analysts. The company validates both the forecast and methodology with information it was given by ISPs all over the world.
In order to help Internet users understand worldwide IP traffic growth better, including its trends and drivers, some of Cisco’s unique resources were updated. For example, the VNI Forecast widget shows individual views of the increase of different network traffic types worldwide for today period: from 2009 to 2014 forecast. Then, the VNI PC Pulse program for computers (both laptops and desktops) provides consumers with more information about their particular impact on IP networks and allows them to compare their individual network usage with others’ all over the world.
According to the results of the forecast, online video is about to consume the biggest part of the Internet bandwidth by the year-end, becoming the network’s strongest growth driver. Moreover, by 2014 the Internet will be transferring 2 years of video per second, reaching the length of 72 million years if combined one after the other. The amount of all types of video, including TV, Internet video, and P2P will hold the rate of 90% or more of the worldwide consumer traffic. Moreover, Internet video traffic will exceed P2P traffic by the end of this year! That will be the first time for P2P traffic to lose the leading position among Internet traffic forms for the last 10 years. At the same time, network video community will consist of over 1 billion users.
As for the regional trends, in 4 years North America is predicted to be the most consuming IP-traffic region, with Asia Pacific and Western Europe following it. Japan, due to its size, will hold the 4th place with the traffic amounts 4 times lower.
Cisco predicts that stingy ISPs won’t survive in 2014, because Internet traffic will grow by a factor of four and reach almost 700 billion gigabytes each year. Mobile data and advanced video traffic are also scheduled to explode in the period of 2009-1014, by 39 and 13 times respectively.
June 7th, 2010Posted by:
Monday, June 7th, 2010
|posted by (2010-06-07 08:21:28)|
|thanks for the read same and i think theres a spelling mistake period of 2009-1014,|
|I BELIVE P2P IS GOING TO GIVE VERY HARD COMPETITION|
|so much for those stupid band with caps the ISP's keep slamming us with.||
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