Intel sent an interesting infographic: What Happens in an Internet Minute.
Looking at the traffic data, Intel asks if there is sufficient attention being paid to investment in infrastructure.
Imagine the state of the network in three years, when the number of connected devices is projected to be double the world's population. Can our networks scale to handle predicted traffic and meet consumer expectations for immediate access from multiple devices?
What about security?
Among highlights from the infographic:
The email I received put it this way:
Governments invest in infrastructure every day — roads, bridges and airports — but what about network infrastructure?
Hopefully, network operators will not follow the practice of governments in infrastructure investment. The state of our roads, bridges and airports seem to be case studies on why network investment is best handled by the private sector. My experience is that governments tend to use "just too late" provisioning.
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