Data and device traffic, what the Internet will be like in 2015

Data and device traffic, what the Internet will be like in 2015

The well-known web portal Mashable has created and published, based on information from Cisco and other sources of very high confidence, an interesting infographic in which the growth of Internet traffic is projected and other interesting related data, in a period of time between 2010 and 2015. Global Internet traffic in 2015 will be very close to reach the mythical figure of 1 Zettabyte, amount of information equivalent to all the data stored on digital media in 2010, which is the same, for the most mathematical, 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 bits.According to what the infographic, the increase in traffic comes from the hand of web 3.0 and the mobile Internet to result in a figure higher than the two Internet connections per inhabitant of the planet, of course concentrated in close to 3,000 million people; that is to say more than 40% of humanity will be online in 2015By region, the highest growth rate will occur in the Middle East and in Africa, which will exceed the Asia-Pacific regions and where a growth of almost 100% is expected, with a total of 1.39 billion people and a 0.9 fixtures per capita. significant growth in South America, calculated at 48% higher data traffic, a population estimated at 620 million people and an average per capita of 2.1 devices connected to the Internet The rest of the world will also continue to increase its level of data traffic on the Internet, although This is not as explosive as the number of devices connected to the Internet will, since in 2015 there will be an average of 5.8 devices per person in the United States, 5.4 in Japan and 4.4 in Western Europe, growth directly related to the GDP of these regions more Speaking of devices connected to the Internet, it is surprising to see that according to these statistics and projections, neither smartphones nor tablets will be the product segments that will trigger their production curves, since according to estimates of the industry will only grow 194% and 750% respectively, more than positive figures, but which are overshadowed by the impressive 1.063% that flat TVs will have an increase, with an Internet connection, of course.Other devices that will see increased demand are digital frames by 600% and e-book readers by 550%.As a sign that times are changing we have traditional mobile phones; that is, they do not offer network connection capabilities and whose growth curve is estimated at a poor 17%, a 25% growth in demand for desktops and an 83% increase expected for laptops. Of interest refer to the expected increase in the average speed of a fixed Internet connection, which will go from 7Mb in 2010 to 28Mb on average in 2015, a year in which one million minutes of video per second will travel the network Now we leave you with the graph: