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Mobile to grow to fifth of global IP traffic in 2022

Tuesday 19 February 2019 | 15:55 CET | News
Cisco has released new forecasts for wireless data traffic, as part of its Visual Networking Index. The company expects mobile traffic to represent nearly a fifth of global IP traffic by 2022, reaching 930 exabytes annually, compared to just 9 percent in 2017. Wi-Fi's share of global traffic will also increase over the forecast period, to 51 percent from 43 percent, while wired internet drops to 29 percent in 2022 from nearly half in 2017. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Cisco
Countries: World
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