Internet data usage in the U.S. has continued to rise, jumping 120 percent in the past year. That’s according to a study from Sandvine, an analysis firm that releases an annual report on the world’s data networks.The article goes on to discuss QoE (quality of experience), which is code for bandwidth shaping, limiting bandwidth for certain apps/service providers to ensure "quality" for all subscribers.
The report also underscored a rise in online video viewing, reporting that traffic to Netflix makes up approximately one-third of the bandwidth use in North America. Other streaming services, such as Hulu or Amazon, make up just over 1 percent of traffic each,Techradar reported.
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