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Adi
Adi
7/12/2016 3:44:42 AM
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Re: Percentage video traffic
You are exactly right, the figure quoted was 80%. We'll get the errant "Y" added right away. Apologies for the typo.

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GSM-RPro03838
GSM-RPro03838
7/12/2016 2:33:39 AM
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Percentage video traffic
Under 'Mind the gap', surely the quote should be "eighty" not "eight" percent of all data traffic will be video, it's already reached 70% [Sandvine report Dec/15].

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batye
batye
7/7/2016 12:16:57 PM
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Re: Just a hunch but I think the capacity spikes are going to get much taller
@JohnBarnes yes, you are right as technology keep growing :) 

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JohnBarnes
JohnBarnes
7/7/2016 7:40:02 AM
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Re: Just a hunch but I think the capacity spikes are going to get much taller
adi&batye,

Just to emphasize: and demand for bandwidth isn't even limited by almost-lifelike experience. Even if the signal were in full stereo VR with the ability to zoon to microscopic scales, there are still connections to explanations, definitions, corollary experiences to be added. So consumer demand could easily reach beyond merely transmitting whole experience seamlessly in real time.

This is a race we can never win.

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Adi
Adi
7/7/2016 3:34:02 AM
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Re: Just a hunch but I think the capacity spikes are going to get much taller
@JohnBarnes yes, I agree. I think when most people are straining the network is when it needs to perform best, because that's the really "high-value" content. And that's the really scare bit if you're a network planner.

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batye
batye
7/7/2016 3:27:51 AM
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Re: planning
@dlr5288 yes I could not agree more, but human nature is to resist change... holding to the old ways...

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batye
batye
7/7/2016 3:25:45 AM
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Re: Just a hunch but I think the capacity spikes are going to get much taller
@Adi yes I see the same trends - needs for bigger/higher bandwith increasing rapidly... just too rapidly

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JohnBarnes
JohnBarnes
7/5/2016 7:15:38 AM
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Re: Just a hunch but I think the capacity spikes are going to get much taller
Adi,

And of course, purely as an added headache for anyone tasked with customer satisfaction, those "big news" (however defined) times are going to be when people most want the by-then familiar, high quality video.

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Adi
Adi
7/4/2016 5:49:31 AM
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Re: Just a hunch but I think the capacity spikes are going to get much taller
I think you are very right; and its a worrying scenario for network planning. Because not only will there be more users, there will be higher quality (and therefore probably higher bandwidth) video content.  And users will just get increasingly used to wanting live video feeds over time. New networks will help (4G, 5G) but in my experience, new applications just use up any additional capacity that is created pretty quickly. 

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dlr5288
dlr5288
6/30/2016 11:39:45 PM
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Re: planning
Yes I fully agree. Even though I believe that people should be focused I do think that they should be open to change as well. Being able to go with the flow is very important in this business.

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