Streaming video and connected devices will lead to increased annual Internet traffic up to 1 zettabyte within the next 5 years, says Cisco.
The company reported that its forecasts are predicting a quadrupling traffic by 2015, up to 968 exabytes. Most of the growth is attributed to increased use of mobile phones and other network-attached devices.
“In 2015, per capita will fall 2 network devices, according to compared to one in 2010, “- wrote in a report the company Cisco.” Partly as a With an increasing number of these devices, as well as increasing their capabilities, IP-traffic to reach 11 GB per capita in 2015, as opposed to 3 GB 2010.
Cisco predicts that by 2015 only in the UK will be 6.23 million online users and the traffic in Western Europe will reach 18.858 petabytes (PB) per month.
8.515 IIb traffic will go to the streaming video services. Annual rates growth, presumed to have reached 57%.
Explosion of information and contribution to the tremendous increase in mobile traffic. Earlier this year, Cisco has predicted that the annual figures of mobile traffic will reach 75 exabytes by 2015. The latest forecasts confirm these data, scheduling the monthly increase in traffic to 6.3 exabytes.