That's a lot of videos: YouTube now responsible for 17% of home Internet traffic

That's a lot of videos: YouTube now responsible for 17% of home Internet traffic

gigaom.com
YouTube is now responsible for 17.1 percent of all residential fixed-line downstream traffic in North America, according to Sandvine’s latest global internet phenomena report. The traffic management specialist’s report for the first half of 2013 still lists Netflix as the most popular bandwidth consumption pastime — 32.3 percent of all...
That's a lot of videos: YouTube now responsible for 17% of home Internet traffic
                                       

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