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According to Sandvine’s (a firm specialized in broadband ISP Traffic Management) Global Internet Phenomena Report: Spring 2011, BitTorrent is the largest internet traffic consumer in Europe. The report’s statistics show that European internet users eat up about 14.7 GB (Giga Bytes) monthly (median usage) compared to North America who consumes only 7 GB per month.
Virgin Media, UK’s cable giant, prepares a new regime on broadband Traffic Management that will affect p2p and Newsgroup upstream traffic in peak time (5pm to Midnight) hours. They say that this will improve the performance of other non-p2p services, such as online gaming which, supposedly, had been gravely affected by heavy p2p activity. Virgin
The decision reached yesterday by a federal appeals court in Comcast’s lawsuit against the Federal Communications Commission favors the cable operator and internet service provider as it established that the commission does not have the authority to require equal treatment from ISPs with regard to all Internet traffic. The ruling could mean a real threat
New research conducted by Arbor Networks, a global provider of flow data analysis and deep packet inspection (DPI) solutions for network security and visibility, revealed surprising statistics regarding the P2P traffic. The company reports that the P2P traffic is down to approximately 15-20% of all North American traffic and considering that only two years ago
Recent study reveals that BitTorrent remains the most popular filesharing protocol around although P2P traffic decreases A new Internet traffic report has been released by a German based company that focuses on bandwidth managing development for universities and Internet service providers. According to the report the percentage of peer-to-peer traffic is somewhat on a descending