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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
12/6/2018 10:32:20 PM
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Re: Zetta!?
Just wait until automated systems start talking to each other! If every car on the road starts broadcasting real time driving conditions to every other vehicle... I wonder when we'll hit the limit of what we can actually send over wireless frequencies without garbling data....

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
11/30/2018 5:31:50 PM
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Re: Zetta!?
That is impressive growth. But if we think about , where are we heading with this pattern? That remains to be not a simple question to answer.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
11/30/2018 5:30:20 PM
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Usage Predictions
 In fact, by 2022, peak-hour usage -- or "the busiest hour" -- will be six times more active than the average hour, according to Cisco's VNI.This busy-hour Internet traffic will increase 37% between 2017 and 2022, hitting 7.2 petabytes per second by 2022, VNI reports. Average Internet traffic, by comparison, is predicted to grow 30% over that timeframe, reaching 1 petabyte by 2022, according to Cisco.

Wow..These stats look pretty amzing. Around 30% growth is commendible growth.

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potboils
potboils
11/30/2018 8:36:19 AM
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Question
So can you talk some information . Thank 

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srufolo1
srufolo1
11/29/2018 10:51:35 PM
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M2M
Interesting the explosive M2M growth as applies to smart homes, connected cars and connected health. I believe these will be the most lucrative areas for operators, and something to really watch.

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Commisio44354
Commisio44354
11/29/2018 4:56:39 PM
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Re: Gaming
Where do you anticipate it going as you noted it is interesting--Just curious.....

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DonBrowne
DonBrowne
11/29/2018 4:53:25 PM
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Re: Gaming
Very interesting to see how the peak hours plays out compared to the average and the need for some real work to handle that in coming years and also enlightening to note that " 40% of the world's population will remain disconnected from the Internet by 2022." What's going to happen if those folks get hooked up and add to the peak demand? Interesting to watch this one.

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Commisio44354
Commisio44354
11/29/2018 4:05:29 PM
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Re: Zetta!?
We're already here in many ways--aren't we?    It is actually so fun and exciting to be witness to it all--we should not be afraid of it.

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afwriter
afwriter
11/29/2018 11:29:16 AM
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Gaming
With a four-fold growth in gaming traffic already I wonder what it will look like when VR gaming becomes more mainstream?

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afwriter
afwriter
11/29/2018 11:27:59 AM
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Zetta!?
That is just astounding. Zettabytes of information every day and I can only imagine it will grow exponentially as we become an increasingly connected society.

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