1H 2014 Global Internet Phenomena Trends

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1H 2014 Global Internet Phenomena Trends
Adobe Connect Webinar
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Posted By: Josh Cronk
Start Date: May 27, 2014 10:00 AM
End Date: May 27, 2014 11:00 AM
Time Zone: America/New_York -04:00 EDT
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In this session, Internet Trends Manager Dan Deeth will provide commentary on the trends and facts released in Sandvine’s 1H 2014 Global Internet Phenomena Report. Published twice a year, the Global Internet Phenomena Report examines a representative cross-section of the world’s leading fixed and mobile data providers using real-life, subscriber-anonymous network data to provide unparalleled insight into the happenings on consumer data networks.

Some of the facts Dan will be discussing in this session include:

• North American subscribers who exhibit “cord cutting” behavior (top 15th percentile of video users) are dominating network usage, consuming more than seven times the data of a typical subscriber

• In United Kingdom and Ireland, Netflix is now the second largest source of traffic during the peak evening hours, accounting for over 17.8% of downstream fixed access traffic

• Snapchat generates more traffic than any other third-party messaging app on North American mobile networks, and on one network accounted for an astonishing 12% of total traffic on New Year’s Eve

• Twitch, a live streaming service where video gamers watch each other play, has established itself among the top-15 applications on many fixed networks across the globe, and now generates more traffic than HBO GO on US networks

• During the World Cup, live streaming of matches is predicted to account for over 40% of network traffic on some Latin American mobile networks

Attend this Sandbox Community Webinar on May 27th to gain an inside look at Internet phenomena, including high-level traffic trend observations, network analysis, and emerging trends and observations from networks around the world.