global ip traffic
Global digitization – connecting homes, health, cities and what not!!
By 2021, there will be an average of 1.75 M2M connections per capita globally – demonstrating how pervasive M2M connections are going to become to our networked lives making Internet of Things (IoT) a reality.
2017 VNI Complete Forecast Blog: Analyze, Strategize, Digitize
As part of our annual Visual Networking Index (VNI) Complete Forecast, we have focused on analyzing Internet traffic and digital trends for more than a decade. Here are three networking and Internet trends.
The world cuts the cable: Wireless Traffic to Exceed Fixed IP Traffic Next Year
One key take out for me from the latest Cisco VNI report is that wireless traffic is...
The Shift to Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) Supports More and Better Customer Video Experiences
The Internet has emerged as one of the most powerful ways for businesses and consumers to communicate and learn. Its global reach, accessibility and speed have opened doors to areas of knowledge that in the past were available only to a privileged few. With the emergence of popular video-streaming services that deliver Internet video to […]
IP Traffic Will Need a Fast Lane for Video in 2018
Over the past two decades, Internet Protocol (IP) traffic has been on the rise and is anticipated to continue along a similar trajectory over the next five years. The increasing number of fixed and wireless devices and M2M nodes that are connecting to global IP networks is one of the primary contributors to global IP […]
Cisco’s Visual Networking Index: Understanding the Evolution of Internet Users, Devices and Connections
Today’s networks are an essential part of business, education, government, and home communications. Many residential, business, and mobile Internet Protocol (IP) networking trends are being driven largely by the combination...
2014 Cisco VNI Forecast: It’s not just about big numbers
Today, Cisco released the updated VNI Global IP Traffic and Service Adoption Forecasts, 2013 – 2018 (see media release). The key drivers of global IP traffic growth (network users, devices/connections, broadband speeds, and video consumption) continue to show increases that will create a greater global demand for IP network resources: By 2018, there will be […]