Fueled by Netflix, which accounted for a 33 percent bandwidth share, North American Internet data usage spiked 120 percent in the last year, according to the latest research from Sandvine. Data culled from a selection of 200-plus Sandvine customers throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America and Asia-Pacific, revealed "mean monthly data usage has increased by 120 percent."
California Connections, a program that's funded through a $10.9 million grant from the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) administered by the U.S. Dept. of Commerce's National
The German population appears to have enthusiastically taken to mobile broadband, with the latest estimates indicating that mobile data revenues would climb to €7 billion in 2011, almost a 12
Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone may have surpassed BlackBerry devices in sales but the BlackBerry OS now tops the iOS when it comes to mobile Internet usage, according to web analytics firm StatCounter.
While mobile internet usage in developed regions continues to grow, Europe dramatically lags behind Japan and the US in consumer uptake. According to comScore, a staggering 75 per cent of mobile
The U.S. isn't the only place where regulators are looking at net neutrality with more than passing interest. The British Office of Communications (more commonly known as Ofcom) has launched its own
Canadians spend more time online than watching TV on their television sets. The kicker is they're still watching TV, they're just doing so on their computers as shows migrate onto the Internet,
The GSM Association has joined forces with comScore and four UK mobile operators in a new initiative, Mobile Media Metrics (MMM). Initially available only in the UK, MMM is designed to provide hard
The European Union (EU) came one step closer to getting its proposed new telecom laws on the books. Yesterday, EU lawmakers agreed to a provision that will enable users accused of illegally
Recently in North Carolina, we were treated to a little fireworks show the likes of which haven't been seen since the 2004 state legislative battles led by incumbents to squash municipal-owned