Tuesday, 7 June 2016

Cisco: Global IP Traffic to Triple by 2020, Led by Video, Smartphones, more

More than 1 billion new Internet users and 10 million new devices and connections over global IP traffic triple in the next five years, according to Cisco's annual Visual Networking Index dealer.

The causes of the growing numbers measured in petabytes, exabytes, etc. Bytes: Internet of Things, games, smartphone.

And the picture, who is starring role.

"This is more than 5 million years to watch the amount of video that will cross global IP networks every month in 2020," the report says Cisco.  Passleader 642-999 Practice Test

Video for 82% of all IP traffic in 2015 to account in five years, from 70 percent, and video game Internet will grow seven times, according to the VNI.

Learn more about the video, so you get the picture: in 2015, CCTV Internet has nearly doubled. Nearly four times the traffic of virtual reality and Internet video to the TV 50 percent. All these numbers are expected to continue to go nowhere but - including increased tenfold in video surveillance in 2020.

All this growth comes with consequences, including security concerns. Frequency Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack 2.5 times over the past three years due to the increased VNI, and they are projected to rise from 6.6 million to 17 million attacks, attacks in the next five years, including the numbers for the first time in conjunction with Arbor networks.

Some other notable tidbits from the report:

  • By 2020, 30 percent of total smartphone traffic, IP, manufacturing and PCs make up 29 per cent.
  •       Online games will be the fastest-growing Internet services to residential, growing from 1.1 billion users in 2015 to 1.4 billion in 2020.
  •       Broadband speed in the world of 24.7 Mbps in 2015 to 47.7 Mbps to 2020.
          Finally, turning to the total global IP traffic forecast for 2020 are listed at the beginning of this message: that number is expected to reach 1.1 zettabytes by the end of 2016 and 2.3 zettabytes in 2020.

Cisco VNI draws from thousands of sources including analysts, in addition to its own estimates and forecasts and data collection directly.

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