Internet traffic expected to triple by 2018


Internet HabitsFaster broadband speeds, more users and more video viewing are expected to nearly triple the world’s Internet traffic in five years, a new report projects. The report, released 6/10, also says video is expected to grow from 78% of current U.S. Internet traffic to 84% by 2018. That raises questions about whether Internet service providers should prioritize traffic, a controversial issue raised in the Net Neutrality debate.

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