Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Moble Data Traffic Doubles in 12 Months

Mobile data traffic continues to grow, doubling from the second quarter of 2010 to the second quarter of 2011, according to findings of a new measurement from Ericsson.

The second quarter of 2011 saw eight percent growth, Ericsson says. 

Total monthly mobile voice and data as measured by Ericsson
Ericsson says an active smart phone user generates more than 1 MBytes worth of traffic each day. In North America, high-end smart phones generate twice the traffic than comparable smartphones at the operators analyzed in Asia and Europe, Ericsson  says.

The findings are based on Ericsson mobile broadband measurements during the second quarter of 2011 at four different operators in mature markets in Europe, Asia and North America. 

No comments:

Computing Archiitectures Now are Dependent on WAN Performance, Not LAN

These days, computing performance mostly hinges on the wide area network, not the "local" area network, a big change from earlie...