YouTube dominates LatAm fixed, mobile traffic

Thursday 23 June 2016 | 09:23 CET | News
Real-time entertainment, such as video and music streaming, accounted for 46.2 percent of downstream traffic on Latin American fixed networks during peak evening hours in March, according to the latest data from Sandvine. Although subscribers in Latin America primarily access the internet through mobile devices, an examination of fixed access networks revealed the popularity of YouTube, which was the clear leader in traffic share, at 28.5 percent, more than doubling the second ranked application (HTTP). Netflix accounted for 8.31 percent of peak downstream traffic, far below the levels

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Facebook / Google / Instagram / Netflix / Sandvine / WhatsApp / YouTube
Countries: Latin America
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