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Netflix falls to second place in global internet traffic share as other streaming services grow

Wednesday 11 September 2019 | 12:16 CET | News
Netflix has dropped to second place in terms of global internet traffic, behind the combined total of web-based streaming services, according to the latest 'Global Internet Phenomena Report' from Sandvine. After long holding the top spot for bandwidth use, Netflix dropped to 12.6 percent of total downstream volume in the first half of 2019, behind a 12.8 percent share for other HTTP media streaming.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Netflix / Sandvine / YouTube
Countries: World
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